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Some 2,657 complaints and inquiries were received last year by the Center for Migrant Workers' dedicated call center for workers, representing a 43% increase over the previous year.
Most of the workers prefer not to reveal complain or act on the subject of harassment or sexual assault.
The agreement with the Philippines follows a similar accord permitting the employment of Jordanian workers in hotels in the Eilat area.
With the signing of several bilateral agreements, the ease by which foreign workers can travel to Israel has increased markedly.
By SARAH LEVI
There are no easy answers when dealing with the worldwide migrant crisis – and this holds true for Israel no less than for Europe, the US or Australia.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
"Most important is that the government cannot forcibly deport asylum-seekers to Rwanda."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
New tax rules force employers to put part of migrants' salaries in a fund which can only be accessed once they leave Israel.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
Fragilisés par des marges de profit de plus en plus réduites, la pénurie de main-d’œuvre
et l’importation à bas coûts, les cultivateurs israéliens sont en voie d’extinction
By PAUL ALSTER
"The way to peace is through negotiations, we are willing to have direct negotiations, they are not willing to. That is preventing peace not a few houses in Jerusalem and Ma'ale Adumim."
By HERB KEINON
Overall Israel's economy suffers from low productivity, and is dragged down by inward-looking industries that are less exposed to global competition.
By NIV ELIS
Organizations around the world are now rallying through a campaign called “Our Hands” to share information with domestic workers and encourage collective mobilization.
By CHELSEA RAPOPORT
Hisorai Taplaya was stabbed by a Palestinian assailant one day before her 31st birthday.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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