LIVE: Haaretz workers launch open-ended strike

The 'Post' brings you live coverage of 'Haaretz' employees' indefinite strike against expected layoffs

October 3, 2012 13:33
'Haaretz' employees protest impending layoffs

'Haaretz' employees protest impending layoffs 370. (photo credit: Ben Hartman)


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Welcome to The Jerusalem Post's live coverage of Haaretz workers' strike in Tel Aviv. Our reporters in the field will bring you breaking updates on the strike - through updates, photos and video - against anticipated wide-scale layoffs, which will likely see an estimated 80 out of 400 employees fired. 

On Tuesday, the employees council announced that, “All of us, employees of all sections of the paper and the online edition, are going on strike."

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