Palestinian workers at Salit Quarries make history

It’s time we entered the 21st century from the point of view of our employment terms.

by Eli Osheroff The article was first published in Zman Yerushalayim, taken from Maariv’s NRG website, June 26, 2011 Israeli employers, Palestinian workers and an Arab-Jewish union: Workers at Salit Quarries demand basic, fair employment terms, but the quarry management … Continue reading

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