Monday, August 19, 2019 10:40

Haft Tapeh

Khuzestan sugar cane factory workers back on strike

Workers at the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane factory have gone on strike once again, this time to protest unfair differences in wages and benefits between different job categories at the company. » read more

Sugar company workers demand back wages

ILNA reports that on Saturday August 9, 500 workers from the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Company staged a protest against the non-payment of back wages. » read more

Sugar cane company pays some back wages after protests

Planters and other workers at the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Company staged a sit-in on the factory premises on Monday July 28 to protest delays in the payment of their wages.

ILNA reports that one of the workers said that following repeated protests, the company has now paid half of their wages for the month of May but still owes for the rest of May and all of June. » read more

Sugarcane workers back on job after some wages paid

Workers at the Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Complex ended their protest after their employer paid a portion of their unpaid wages. » read more

Prisoners refuse food to support sugarcane workers

Two Iranian political prisoners have begun a hunger strike in support of the protest movement by Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Company workers. » read more

Reed cutters maintain strike for second day

Hafte Tapeh reed cutters entered their second day of a strike by sitting in the plantations and refusing to work until management addresses their demands. » read more

Company workers strike for promised pay hikes

Hundreds of seasonal workers at the Haft Tapeh Agro-Industrial Company stopped work in protest starting Sunday December 8. » read more