Around two-thirds of transgender people say they suffer discrimination, whether on the job, looking for work or in seeking promotions.
Study: Government policy of encouraging births needs to be supported by anti-poverty incentives, including the acquisition of higher education.
As truce fails, shoppers stop buying, plants curtail output.
Lawyers say spate of firings for offensive statements may not stand up in court.
Many Israelis from the south are spending the Gaza operation moving around from place to place. Too bad the government won’t cover the bill.
Operation Protective Edge has made guardians choose whether to stay home with the kids, and have their pay docked, or bring them to work.
Underrepresentation of women in high-paying fields such as engineering is major reason behind salary gaps, study finds.
But indirect taxes are higher, as is income tax for best-paid employees.
Women are less likely to report that their jobs are interesting, and they feel less job security.
Excluding the contribution of natural-gas production, economic growth slowed in 2013, the central bank warned.
Economy Ministry polls finds Haredi men, educated Arab women face discrimination from employers as well.
Difference is pronounced in lower-skilled industries.
Packers say they'll be sacked if they sit down.
Labor disputes shorter, more partial than in previous years.
Labor strife at Israel Chemicals, Noble Energy CEO warns about delays, Borderfree expected to sell shares, Can-Fite Biopharma places $5m in equity with U.S. institutions and Tel Aviv shares end high.
As a rule, women don’t negotiate salary, and they’re reluctant to ask for a raise
Report on internal migration finds fast-growing regional income gap.
Researchers have been telling us for years about the differences between the male and female brain. This claim, which helps sell popular science books and confirms old stereotypes, makes Prof. Daphna Joel’s blood boil.
Women paid 15% less hourly than men in 2012; smallest pay discrepancy for police officers, firefighters and prison guards, but disparities of more than 20% reported in engineering and architecture.
Yehuda Motro: Doctors got rich while hospital was poor; hospital was incompetent in taming workers' committees.
Findings show average Jewish Israeli earned 9,721 shekels in 2012, while the average Israeli Arab earned 6,029 shekels.
Trade unions are positioning ahead of talks on wage agreements for the public sector, postulates an official.
Israeli Finance Minister Yair Lapid slams fallen business leaders like Nochi Dankner who have seen their empires crumble.
The wage gap is growing wider, new report shows.
Equal Employment Commission launching ad campaign to promote diverse hiring practices and address discrimination.
In a survey, 44.5% of respondents call tech the most desirable sector versus 26.1% for the No. 2 choice, medicine.
From kashrut inspectors to Burger King workers, they’re signing up.
Poverty rate among double-income families surged in the last decade; why can't a family with two breadwinners make ends meet in Israel?
Rate among individuals and families declined, but rose for elderly and dual-income families.
Latet charity finds one in 11 kids on assistance stole food out of hunger.