The Bank of Israel employees' union is threatening renewed work disruptions after months of delays in the signing of new salary agreements.
The union claimed Monday that despite efforts to come to a compromise, the Treasury's Supervisor on Wages Eli Cohen does not intend to come to an agreement with the central.
The Bank of Israel workers said they will wait for the next hearing at the Jerusalem District Labor Court on Thursday before deciding on whether to take disruptive action.
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