Clalit strike cancelled

Clalit facilities will function normally.

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May 5, 2018 20:48
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A doctor examines patient medical records. [Illustrative]. (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

 
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A planned strike on Sunday by all employees – except for physicians – of the largest health fund, Clalit Health Services, has been canceled following understandings reached by the Histadrut General Labor Federation, Clalit and the workers.

The strike was by nurses, administrative and maintenance workers, paramedical workers, technicians and others and planned because of the Treasury’s “delay and failure to implement labor agreements.”

Clalit facilities will function normally.

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