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El Al: management and employees agree to suspend labor dispute

The parties agreed to enter into intensive negotiations process to create a joint efficiency plan to benefit both the company and its workers
10.08.09 / 00:00
El Al: management and employees agree to suspend labor dispute
10.08.09
El Al: management and employees agree to suspend labor dispute

The parties agreed to enter into intensive negotiations process to create a joint efficiency plan to benefit both the company and its workers
 
El Al labor committee agreed last week to suspend the week-old labor dispute following promise made by the airline's management to suspend planned changes in workers' employment conditions.
 
The labor dispute was declared last week by the Histadrut labor federation.
 
At a meeting held last week at the offices of Histadrut chairman Offer Eini with the participation of El Al's management and trade union representatives, El Al's management agreed to Eini's call to resume talks with worker representatives, while labor agreed to suspend the declared labor dispute.
 
Eini said that within the framework of the agreement the parties agreed to enter into intensive negotiations process to create a joint efficiency plan to benefit both the company and its workers. He added that both El Al's labor and management should be congratulated on their success and their agreement to act in a responsible manner and get back to the negotiating table.

 

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