|Legislators harshly criticized the practice and noted that "the existence of such a situation in the State of Israel in 2008 is unthinkable, and workplaces must not be allowed to revoke employees' basic rights as human beings"||By the time the membership drive ended on 6 June, Yachimovich, according to estimates, had signed up more than 17,300 new members|
|The 'toilets law' came to force after cashiers of some retail chain-stores complained that they were implicitly restricted from leaving tills to use the toilets throughout their shifts, lasting up to nine consecutive hours||A , Yachimovich reportedly refused to|
The law aimed at stopping a common practice in many grocery stores and drug stores where cashiers were asked to work the tills while standing for the entire shift, although there was no practical reason for them not to sit.
|כאן, בנקודה זו, בעצם שיר נחשפה לעולם האיפור הקבוע , והבינה בדיוק במה היא רוצה להתמחות||It required lobbyists traipsing through the Knesset to wear orange ribbons identifying them as such|
|Left wing commentators slashed her the following days as being a representative of the 'fake Left', as well as using populist stances to approach a more centrally and leaning audience||On 3 March 2011 Yachimovich declared her candidacy for party leadership and sought to sign up new members for the party|
Histadrut labor union chairman , who was facing upcoming Histadrut leadership elections, then led a campaign personally attacking Arison, publishing billboards with the slogan 'Shari Arison laughs, 900 families cry'.