"The workers have started returning to work today (Feb. 15). Most of the departments are functioning. Production has resumed," a company official told Reuters.
The dispute started about 10 days ago, with workers demanding improved work and living conditions, and cancellation of a 37.5% deduction made from their salaries. Company officials said the deductions went toward health care, education and other employee benefits there. Most of the plantation’s 6,000 workers lives on the 240-square-mile site near Monrovia.