'People shouldn’t go to jail in Israel because of poetry' says one attendee of a Jaffa event rallying for poet who has been under house arrest since October 2015
The latest work by celebrated Israeli children's author Alona Frankel tells preschoolers how their parents do it. Israeli lawmakers are worried
Young Arabic-language writers in Israel are tackling the Palestinian predicament from their own point of view rather than obsessing about the Nakba
'I am happy to say that this Trumpian law is starting to expose the dirt, and show the degree to which Israel thinks it's doing its Palestinian citizens a favor'
Open-ended labor action would encompass all government offices, host of other institutions
The strike warning comes less than a month before the IBA is due to be replaced by Kan, the newly formed public broadcasting corporation
Abbad Yahya’s ‘Crime in Ramallah,’ not yet available in English or Hebrew, provides a rare glimpse into the world of young Palestinians for whom despair is an integral part of their identity.
Israeli labor unions have embarked on a recruiting drive in recent years and organized workers in new and unlikely sectors - even the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Authority.
The suspension of Samah Watad proves that Israeli society is unable to embrace the complex experience of Palestinians who are Israeli citizens.
Court awards unprecedented damages of 1.5 million shekels ($408,000), saying Rami Levy quashed unionization efforts.
Maysaloun Hamoud’s debut feature 'In Between' shines an illuminating light on three young Arabs living in the heart of Tel Aviv.
It sure would be easier, however, if conservative segments of the community like the Bedouin weren't so queasy about men and women mixing.
Nutrition ‘experts’ with no officially recognized degree and as little as just a few weeks of training are risking clients’ health and cheapening the profession, say angry dietitians.
Artists draw thousands of listeners, appear at major festivals and enjoy media exposure, but they still struggle to get by.
High-tech is forever seen as a young person’s game, but there are ways to avoid being consigned to the scrap heap at 40.
Thai women working in agriculture in Israel suffer from exploitation, sexual harassment at work and harsh living conditions. The Population Authority says 'they should talk to their employers.'
The proposed legislation, which has gained approval of the Knesset's labor committee, stipulates that all employees, regardless of religious beliefs, don't have to work on their day of rest.
The goals for workforce participation for Jewish ultra-Orthodox men and for Israeli Arabs, however, have not been met.
Ministers backed legislation this week calling for six long weekends every year, but employers warn that the economy can't afford the extra time off.
Most of Druze women who do work are employed in teaching and education, with very few in other fields. The focus on the education field perpetuates high unemployment and low salaries.
The employment rules applying to the 1,200 or so non-diplomatic employees at 100 Israeli missions are different from those applying to diplomatic staff, even though they are also Foreign Ministry employees.
Treasury is allocating unprecedented funds and attention to the problem of former convicts' relapse into criminal behavior.
The city's large ultra-Orthodox Jewish and Arab populations gives its workforce a profile that is unique in Israel.
Karnit Flug says the government must spend more on education and health.
Restaurant to pay $77,000 to employees of settlement eatery, who sued after being denied social rights and fair pay by MK Oren Hazan.
The minimum wage rose, workers received more vacation days and the self-employed finally got some attention.
Only one in 10 working Israelis aged 65 say they'll retire at 67.
Up to 7,500 Haredi women work in secular high-tech firms, but a newly released study shows they avoid forging social ties with secular colleagues.
Israelis work longer hours than just about any other nation, yet ‘flex-time’ is a foreign concept here.
Women account for nearly half the workforce, but for most part, top jobs and high pay still elude them.