Junior lecturers say to end strike at start of next week

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 23, 2011 09:45

 
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Junior academic lecturers announced Thursday evening that they will end their strike at the beginning of next week after signing a memorandum of understanding with university heads, Israel Radio reported Friday.

The two sides agreed to conduct intensive negotiations aimed at improving the lecturers' terms of employment and to budget some NIS 40 million toward the changes.

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