A strike is a form of protest where workers and employees refuse to continue to work.
There can be many motivations for this, such as objection over specific policies or dissatisfaction with wages.
The practice became more widespread following the Industrial Revolution, where more companies began to rely on mass labor.
Strikes are not limited solely to the private sector, and employees in government agencies, public transportation and medical institutions have gone on strike before.
They will all work on a reduced Shabbat schedule, except for emergencies or in hospitals’ departments of oncology, hematology and obstetrics and IVF and dialysis units.
The decision to go on strike comes after medical staff were attacked twice within a matter of days.
According to the spokesperson for the Teachers' Union, the staff at the Yosef Karo school is afraid to come to work.
The recent wage agreement was an important first step, but it isn't enough to change the reality of Israel's education system.
To coincide with Student Day, protesters are calling for strikes by merchants and a rally towards Tehran's Azadi (Freedom) Square.
The Health Ministry's vets are striking because of pay issues, conditions of work and not enough manpower.
In today’s complex global economy, alternative settlement methods for collective disputes must be developed so that a strike is the last option.
Oil worker strikes were pivotal in the Islamic Revolution of 1979 which led to the fall of the Shah.
In baseball, what often happens is that with arbitration looming, the two sides get close enough to come to an agreement, and arbitration is avoided altogether.
The new agreement will see new teachers paid NIS 9,000 * High schools will open as well on Thursday