The Israel Post office’s labor union will halt mail delivery in Tel Aviv and the Center on Monday for the second time in recent weeks as part of continuing a labor dispute.
The workers, backed by the Histadrut Labor Federation, complain that a plan to make the service more efficient will fire dozens of workers, and say the company cut back hours ahead of the passover holiday as well.
The union will reconvene on Monday to decide on whether to extend the labor sanctions.
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