The drive to bring more Israeli Arabs into the workforce and provide better jobs comes as Israel’s unemployment rate is at its lowest in decades
Both the government plan and alternative Histadrut plan are scaled-down version of old proposal aimed at creating two-day weekend all year round
Manufacturers Association says strong shekel taking toll on exports, and that jobs will come next
Withholding of 20 percent of their salaries designed to encourage them to leave country
In a complaint shown to TheMarker, Cellcom's Mia Yaniv is accused of pursuing private projects on company time and helping management cover up problems
The LGBTech organization was established in order to increase awareness in the business sector in Israel of the needs and feelings of employees from the LGBT community.
Avi Nissenkorn keeps post, but challenger, Knesset Member Shelly Yacimovich, who accused incumbent’s campaign of tampering with ballots, vows appeal
Vote stopped by court order for 12 hours after Zionist Union MK claims 'systematic fraud'
Major recipients include World Zionist Congress factions representing Likud, Zionist Union, Meretz and Yisrael Beiteinu
Critics say 'Israel knows it can’t forcibly expel asylum seekers from Eritrea and Sudan and doesn’t want to give them refugee status … so it is doing everything it can to have them leave ‘voluntarily''