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Despite pressure from the International Labor Organization for the rehiring of some dismissed workers, the Shangri-La Hotel management is insisting on awaiting the Supreme Court's decision on its appeal.
"We will wait for the final court ruling," said Shangri-La senior manager Wastu Widianto on Tuesday.
The ILO recommended in November 2001, and at its annual session on June 21, 2002, that the Indonesian government speed up the reemployment of those of the former workers who still wanted to work in the hotel.
The ILO also recommended that the government investigate the mass dismissal of hotel employees, and a physical assault on a trade union leader. …