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Through a stock market advisory released on Tuesday, William Hill has announced that staffing disruptions in Israel and Bulgaria have been resolved.
The advisory stated: "The situation in Manila was resolved last week," the advisory notes. These discussions were led by William Hill Group and William Hill Online senior management, together with assistance and input throughout from William Hill's joint venture partner, Playtech."
"The Group can now confirm that normal operations have resumed and that William Hill Online remains committed to its operation in Tel Aviv."
William Hill Online's Joint Partner Playtech followed the advisory with one of its own, which was authorized by its Chief Executive More Weizer. It stated:
"Playtech's senior management worked very closely with William Hill to find a resolution to the disruption within William Hill Online, the joint venture between William Hill and Playtech."
"William Hill Online remains important to Playtech and its stakeholders and the company will continue to give William Hill all necessary support to ensure the business continues to go from strength to strength."
Outside of the advisory, Weizer stated: "Having been asked by William Hill's Chief Executive, Ralph Topping, to assist, I am very pleased that this issue is now behind William Hill Online. It is very positive for both shareholders that the business can now continue to move forward."
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