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Despite having clear support from within upper echelons of the establishment, Nissankoren faced an outside challenge from Labor MK Eitan Cabel.
In November, sitting Histadrut chairman Ofer Eini announced that he would resign the position he held for five years.
The Histadrut made headlines this week with the unexpected resignation of its leader Ofer Eini, but the real story there is about organized labor’s renaissance.
Histadrut tells National Labor Court negotiations with Treasury have reached dead end; says without threat of strike, talks will be "dragged out."
By NADAV SHEMER AND JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Labor Court President Arad will hold closed-door meeting on Histadrut’s request to renew strike over employment status of contract workers.
By NADAV SHEMER
Latest scuffle between Shelly Yacimovich and Amir Peretz will focus on fate of Histadrut Chairman Ofer Eini.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
The Histadrut doesn’t come to this issue with clean hands, says Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce president Uriel Lynn.
Calling on Labor Court to extend Treasury negotiations through November, Histadrut head warns of renewed strike.
Steinitz agrees to employ caretakers for Holocaust survivors in the civil service; "intense meetings" to be held in the coming days.
By NADAV SHEMER AND LAHAV HARKOV
There are other, more effective, ways of coming to the aid of cleaners, security guards and others employed via contractors, even if they generate less media exposure for the Histadrut’s chairman.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Court permitted strike to take place from 6 to 10 a.m., intensive court-supervised negotiations to continue over 100,000 contract workers.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK AND NADAV SHEMER
Strike permitted to go head from 6 until 10 a.m., but intensive court-supervised negotiations between the Histadrut and the Finance Ministry will continue; at issue: 100,000 contract workers.
National Labor Court still hasn't reached decision on petition for injunction against general strike; at issue: 100,000 contract workers.
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