Inequality in wages between industries has reached a peak, the labor market is polarized, and inflation is eroding wages - especially for those with low wages.
New Arlozorov Forum report on the decoupling of wages from productivity in Israel
Since the early 2000’s, a process has been ongoing in Israel, wherein workers’ wages have been decoupled from workforce productivity. Had it not been for this process, the average wage in Israel in 2021 would ...Read more
The road to higher productivity
Raising the minimum wage and shortening the work week are the solutions to Israel's low productivity
The right to strike
When looking closely at who is the striker and what are the reasons for strikes in Israel, it can be seen that in practice, the right to strike serves as a tool in the struggle ...Read more
Spotlight on the Israeli Labour Market May 2022
Stagnation in the salaries of healthcare workers, Signs of a structural change in the labor market and Increase in wage and employment disparities - May 2022
Arlozorov Forum: Employment deficits not expected to recover in the foreseeable future
The expanding wage gaps of the last decade have increased due to the coronavirus. This includes an increase of 3% in the wage gap between high-wage and low-wage industries due to the coronavirus.
Meeting with ILO Annual Mission The Situation of Palestinian Workers 2021
On 4 April 2022, Histadrut officials met with the International Labour Organization colleagues. The Histadrut presented its analysis of the situation of Palestinian workers in Israel and the services the Histadrut extended to Palestinian workers ...Read more