Tnuva workers stop delivering dairy products to marketplace

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March 26, 2012 09:19

 
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Workers from the Tnuva dairy company announced Monday that they will stop supplying markets with dairy products as part of an ongoing labor dispute. The workers had already stopped distributing cottage cheese earlier in the month.

The Histadrut labor federation authorized the Tnuva workers to open a labor dispute against the company last month. Workers are demanding, among other things, salary increases, better retirement conditions and reduced salary gaps between newer and veteran employees.

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