Union of workers, IAA management continue talks to end airport strike

The union of workers and the Israel Airports Authority management have resumed negotiations late Monday, in effort to solve a wage disagreement which led to two minor strikes on Sunday night and early Monday morning. Earlier in the day, The National Labor Court ordered IAA employees at Ben Gurion International Airport to cease striking and return to work immediately, this after at least 16 flights were delayed. The strikers were protesting the management's refusal to provide a NIS 50 salary hike to airport janitors. They were also demanding that 200 part-time employees be turned into full-time workers.