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Salary Freeze and Termination Laws in Israel. A case study on Israeli Employment Law

Salary freeze and termination laws

At CWS Israel, we recognise the profound implications of navigating the intricate world of international employment. A standout instance underscoring the critical nature of understanding Israel employment laws can be seen in the tale of a senior coordinator in an Israeli company. This story is a powerful testament to the importance of mastering the country’s […]

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The differences between EOR and PEO

When considering hiring overseas, it is crucial to understand the fundamental differences between an Employer of Record (EOR) and a Professional Employer Organization (PEO). These distinctions play a vital role in making informed decisions and ensuring successful international expansion for your business. An EOR acts as a trusted partner that assumes the legal employer responsibilities

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Sam Altman and Tel-Aviv University

Sam Altman, Founder and CEO of OpenAI, is set to visit Tel Aviv University (TAU) this June 2023, as part of his global tour, highlighting the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and OpenAI’s ChatGPT. This visit underscores the fast-paced adaptation of developing technology in Israel and showcases the country’s remarkable talent pool. Altman’s visit

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Understanding Commission – Based Jobs in Israel: A Guide to Calculating Your employee’s Pension Provisions

As employers in Israel, it is crucial to understand the laws regarding commission-based salaries, especially for the purpose of pension and social security contributions. A recent court case has raised questions about how to properly calculate pension contributions and social rights for commission-based employees in Israel. The case involved an employee who received both a

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How to Navigate Israeli Termination Laws During Pregnancy: What Employers and Employees Need to Know

In Israel, there are laws in place that protect employees, especially women, from discrimination and unfair dismissal. The Women’s Labor Law, for instance, prohibits employers from firing an employee who is pregnant or undergoing fertility treatment, unless they have obtained permission from the Commissioner for Women’s Labor. Similarly, the Equality Law protects employees from discrimination

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Hiring a foreign worker in Israel

Hiring a foreign worker in Israel

There are two steps involved in hiring a foreign worker. Firstly, a foreign worker wishing to work in Israel must be approved by the ministry of interior. The second step involves the employer requesting to hire the employee and receiving approval from the ministry of interior. Hiring an employee without the correct working visa is

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B1 Work Visa

B1 Work visa holders can now enter Israel without special permit

Effective immediately, people who hold B1 Work Visa can enter Israel without a special permission, the Government Press Office told journalists on Sunday. The exemption also applies for family members with multiple-entry long term B2 visas. B1 work visa is given to individuals who come to Israel to work and have therefore been granted permission to stay in

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