Social workers meet with Treasury, attempt to avoid strike

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February 23, 2011 10:29

 
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Members of the Finance Ministry's budgetary division met with representatives of social workers on Wednesday in attempts to avoid a strike in the coming days, Army Radio reported.

The Social Workers Union says that social workers’ salaries have not risen in more than 16 years, and one in every three social workers receives income support.

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