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  1. Israel - - Law, Act

    Sick Pay (Absence Because of Child's Illness) Law, (Amendment No. 15), of 2016. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-08-16 | Date of entry into force: 2016-08-16 | ISR-2016-L-105429

    Additional paragraph 1(a)1 added after paragraph 1(a).

  2. Israel - - Law, Act

    Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities Law, (Amendment No. 15) of 2016. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-08-16 | Date of entry into force: 2017-01-01 | ISR-2016-L-105436

    This Law amends Sections 5,9,12,15,17 of Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities Law, 1998.

  3. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law of 2016, concerning the Public Complaints Commission against those who represent the State of Israel in civil litigation. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-08-11 | Date of entry into force: 2016-08-11 | ISR-2016-L-105437

    Chapter I: Definitions.
    Chapter II: Public Complaints Commission.
    Chapter III: Complaints Investigation.
    Chapter IV: General Provisions.

  4. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law of 2016 on Foster Care. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-03-06 | Date of entry into force: 2016-11-06 | ISR-2016-L-105442

    The law protects the welfare and interests of foster children,also protects the rights of biological parents and foster parents. It calls for the establishment of a Foster Children’s Commission that will serve as an address for children’s complaints and concerns about their placement and care.

  5. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law of 2016 regulating Sanitary Pest Control. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-02-16 | Date of entry into force: 2016-06-01 | ISR-2016-L-105440

    Pest Controllers must take a training course recognized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MoEP) before getting a license.

  6. Israel - - Law, Act

    Annual Leave Law (Amendment No. 15), 2016. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-02-16 | Date of entry into force: 2017-01-01 | ISR-2016-L-105441

    Employees shall be entitled to 16 days of annual leave,
    for each of their first five years of employment.

  7. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law for the Division of Retirement Savings Between Spouses Who Have Separated (Amendment) of 2016. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-02-07 | Date of entry into force: 2016-02-07 | ISR-2016-L-105439

    This Law amends Section 30 of the Law of 2014 on the Division of Retirement Savings Between Spouses Who Have Separated.

  8. Israel - - Law, Act

    Work Safety Ordinance Law (Amendment No. 9), 2016. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2016-01-28 | Date of entry into force: 2016-01-28 | ISR-2016-L-105438

    This Law amends Section 1, the Title (i) of Chapter E, adds additional Section 172(a), replaces section 173, and adds additional sections 173(a)- 173 (i) to Work Safety Ordinance Law of 1970.

  9. Israel - - Law, Act

    The Minimum Wage Law of 2015 amending the Minimum Wage Law, 5747-1987. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2015-01-25 | Date of entry into force: 2015-04-01 | ISR-2015-L-103002

    The Law raises the minimum monthly salary in three installments to NIS 5,000. The minimum monthly salary will rise on April 1 of 2015 to NIS 4,650 and then to NIS 4,825 in July 2016, and finally to NIS 5,000 in January 2017.

  10. Israel - - Law, Act

    Notice to an Employee (Terms of Employment) Law (Amendment No. 6), 2014. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-12-16 | Date of entry into force: 2015-01-30 | ISR-2014-L-100287

    The amendment states that the employer will inform the ongoing screening process to the candidate who applied for a position, the period for informing shall be no later than two months from the first day when the screening process began, and every consecutive two months, assuming that the process is continuing. Furthermore, the employer will be required to notify the candidate within 14 days from the day on which another candidate was hired for the same position.

  11. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment (Equal Opportunities) Law, 5748-1988 (Amendment 22). - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-12-04 | Date of entry into force: 2014-12-04 | ISR-2014-L-103003

    Amends Section 2(a) of Employment (Equal Opportunities) Law, 5748-1988

  12. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law for the Division of Retirement Savings Between Spouses Who Have Separated, 2014. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-08-06 | Date of entry into force: 2015-02-06 | ISR-2014-L-100196

    The objective of the Law is to determine arrangements for the distribution of retirement funds provided by a "paying body" to an employee or a retiree (the saver) and his/her former spouse, including a "person who is known in public as his/her spouse."

  13. Israel - - International agreement

    Protocole d’accord entre le Ministère du Travail, de la Famille, de la Protection Sociale et des Personnes Agées de Roumanie et le Ministère des Affaires Intérieures de l’Etat d’Israël portant sur le recrutement des ouvriers roumains pour des travaux temporaires dans le domaine de la construction, dans l’Etat d’Israël, signé à Jérusalem le 24 juin 2014. (Protocol din 24 iunie 2014 între Ministerul Muncii, Familiei, Protec¿iei Sociale ¿i Persoanelor Vârstnice din România ¿i Ministerul Afacerilor Interne din Statul Israel privind recrutarea lucratorilor români pentru lucrari temporare în domeniul construc¿iilor în Statul Israel.) - Protocole

    Adoption: 2014-06-24 | Date of entry into force: 2014 | INT-2014-IA-103848

    Approuvé par la Roumanie par la décision n° 958 du 29 octobre 2014.

    Désigne les autorités en charge de la mise en œuvre des activités prévues dans le texte et contient des dispositions concernant la sélection des ouvriers, les obligations des deux Parties, les droits des ouvriers roumains, le retour des ouvriers roumains en Roumanie, les procédures pour l’obtention des visas pour les ouvriers roumains, les modalités de communication entre les autorités compétentes. Prévoit également la création d’un comité commun dont feront partie les représentants des deux Parties et qui se réunira annuellement pour discuter les sujets liés à la mise en œuvre du Protocole d’accord.

  14. Israel - - International agreement

    Modifications des annexes 1 et 2 du Protocole d'accord entre le ministère du Travail, de la Famille, de la Protection sociale et des Personnes âgées de Roumanie et le ministère des Affaires intérieures de l'Etat d'Israël portant sur le recrutement des ouvriers roumains pour des travaux temporaires dans le domaine de la construction, dans l'Etat d'Israël, signé à Jérusalem le 24 juin 2014. (Ordin n° 432 din 29 februarie 2016 pentru publicarea modificarilor la anexele 1 si 2 la Protocolul dintre Ministerul Muncii, Familiei, Protectiei Sociale si Persoanelor Varstnice din Romania si Ministerul Afacerilor Interne din Statul Israel privind recrutarea lucratorilor romani pentru lucrari temporare in domeniul constructiilor in Statul Israel, semnat la Ierusalim la 24 iunie 2014.) - Arrêté

    Adoption: 2014-06-24 | Date of entry into force: 2016-03-25 | INT-2016-R-106175

    Publié par la Roumanie par larrêté du 24 février 2016.

  15. Israel - - Law, Act

    Single Parent Family Law (Amendment No. 4), 2014. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-05-22 | Date of entry into force: 2014-05-22 | ISR-2014-L-100195

    Amends the Single Parent Family law of 1992, so that the phrase "Single Parent Family" is replaced by the phrase "Family Headed by an Independent Parent."

    The phrase "Single Parent" has been replaced with "Independent Parent."

  16. Israel - - International agreement

    Convention sur la sécurité sociale entre le Royaume de Belgique et l'Etat d'Israël, faite à Jérusalem le 24 mars 2014. - Convention de sécurité sociale

    Adoption: 2014-03-24 | INT-2014-IA-102611

    Texte également disponible en anglais. A été approuvée par la Belgique par la loi du 6 juillet 2016, publiée au Moniteur belge du 12 octobre 2017.

  17. Israel - - Law, Act

    National Civil Service Law of 2014. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-03-19 | Date of entry into force: 2014-03-19 | ISR-2014-L-100288

    The Law provides that national civilian service may be either "civilian social" or "civilian security" service.
    Although national civilian service is generally to be done within the territory of Israel or in areas under Israel's military control in the West Bank (Judea and Samaria), service abroad may be approved for certain purposes, including assistance to Israelis outside of the state's borders, assistance to those wishing to immigrate to Israel, and aid to Israelis in emergency situations, as well as for the purpose of representing Israel abroad. Service abroad must be arranged with the foreign country where it will be performed; the arrangement should include the provision of entry and residence visas for those fulfilling national civilian service. According to the NCS, service abroad may not be performed in North America or in Western Europe.
    The NCS Law clarifies that there will be no employment relationships between persons who perform national civilian service and the operating body where the service is performed. The Law requires servicemen to be compensated for their transportation costs, as well as for their sustenance, at rates determined according to the type of service provided and the serviceperson¿s family situation. Compensation rates, however, must not exceed those paid to conscripts serving mandatory military service.
    he NCS Law requires that haredi (ultra-orthodox) servicemen will be provided the special accommodations needed to maintain their haredi lifestyle. The Law requires that the operational body will appoint an employee with a suitable background and familiarity with the haredi lifestyle. This employee will conduct necessary examinations to ensure the provision of suitable conditions to the haredi servicemen and will be able to receive complaints and inquiries relating to haredi accommodation needs.
    The NCS Law establishes the Agency for National Civilian Service and provides for its operating procedures. The Agency will be headed by a general manager, who will be subordinate to a Minister designated by the government for implementation of the NCS Law. This Minister will appoint supervisors to carry out investigations under the Law. The NCS Law authorizes supervisors to obtain information and enter premises belonging to operational bodies in accordance with conditions enumerated by the Law. Special arrangements, however, apply to the authority of the supervisors in relation to the defense system.

  18. Israel - - Law, Act

    Sick Pay (Absence Because of Parent's Illness) Law, (Amendment No.3) of 2014. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2014-02-13 | Date of entry into force: 2014-02-13 | ISR-2014-L-100289

    The Phrase "Age 65" in Section No. 1 shall be repealed.

  19. Israel - - Law, Act

    Sick Pay (Absence Because of Child's Illness) Law (Amendment No. 10), 2013. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2013-12-09 | Date of entry into force: 2014-01-01 | ISR-2013-L-97287

    Clause 1(b) of Sick Pay (Absence Because of Child's Illness) Law 5753-1993 is amended as follows:

    Section A of Clause B, amended as follows:
    " A disabled child's parent who has worked for at least one year in the same place of employment is entitled to receive up to 18 days annually for absences in order to provide personal assistance to a disability-diagnosed child and requiring parental absence from the workplace. These days can be offset against the parent's own sick leave days or annual vacation, as the parent chooses".

    Additional paragraphs a(1) and a(2) added after Section A Clause B, which provides:

    *An employee may use their sick leave days in order to assist their children, beginning from their first day of absence. Such payment also includes partial absences, and, under such circumstances, the absence is calculated on an hourly basis.

    *The parent is entitled to 52 more hours per year (if employed full-time, and on a pro rata basis if less), which are added to their sick leave days as provided by law.

  20. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.50), 2013. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2013-12-09 | Date of entry into force: 2013-12-09 | ISR-2013-L-97288

    The phrase "10 weeks" in Sub Article D(1) and D(2) of Article 6 of the Employment of Women Law of 1954, shall be replaced to "20 weeks".

  21. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law for the Protection of Literature and Authors in Israel (Temporary Provision), 5773-2013. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2013-08-06 | Date of entry into force: 2014-03-06 | ISR-2013-L-97289

    The formal goals of the Law, as stated in Section 1 are:

    "To ensure Israeli authors proper pay for their creations, to promote literature in Israel, to preserve cultural diversity in publication and distribution of books. to provide readers an opportunity to choose among a wide range of books according to their wishes and tastes and enable competition between publishers and bookstores with respect to quantity, variety and the quality of books offered to the consumer."

  22. Israel - - Law, Act

    National Insurance Law (Amendment No. 147), 2013. - Legislation online in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2013-08-06 | Date of entry into force: 2013-09-01 | ISR-2013-L-97290

    Amends the National Insurance Law of 1995 as follows:

    Section 225 paragraph (a) concerning paying nursing care benefits is replaced by a new paragraph.
    Additional Paragraphs (b),(c) and (d) added after paragraph (a) of Section 225.

  23. Israel - - Law, Act

    National Firefighting and Rescue Authority Law of 2012. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-08-08 | Date of entry into force: 2012-08-08 | ISR-2012-L-94386

    Chapter I: Definitions and Objectives.
    Chapter II: The National Firefighting and Rescue Authority.
    Chapter III: Firefighters, Employees and Volunteers.
    Chapter IV: Fire Incident Management.
    Chapter V: Fire Safety.
    Chapter VI: Fire Investigations and Operational Debriefings.
    Chapter VII: Penalties.
    Chapter VIII: This Law Applies the State and the Defense Service.
    Chapter X: Provisions regarding Conurbations Dissolution, Employees and Properties Transfer and the Transition Period.
    Chapter XI: Consequential Amendments.
    Chapter XII: Repealing and Preserving Laws.

  24. Israel - - Law, Act

    Male and Female Workers Equal Pay (Amendment No. 2) Law, 2012. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-08-02 | Date of entry into force: 2012-08-02 | ISR-2012-L-94385

    An additional paragraph (a) is added to Section No. 7 of Male and Female Workers Equal Pay Law of 1996, provided as follows: " 5 years limitation period applying to claims under this Law".

    This Law repeals Paragraph (a) of Section No. 8 of Male and Female Workers Equal Pay Law of 1996.

  25. Israel - - Law, Act

    Youth Labour (Amendment No.15) Law, 2012. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-07-05 | Date of entry into force: 2012-07-05 | ISR-2012-L-94393

    Paragraph (29 a) concerning "Infringement Injunction" is added to Section No. 29 of Youth Labour Law, 1953.

    Paragraph (15 a) added to the second appendix after Section No. 15 of the Enhanced Enforcement of the Labour Law 2011, provides that: "employers shall give young workers a break to use the toilet".

  26. Israel - - Law, Act

    Environmental Protection (Pollution and Transfer to the Environment - Reporting and Registration Duties) Law, 2012. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-04-01 | Date of entry into force: 2012-04-01 | ISR-2012-L-94396

    The stated objectives of the Law are to increase the transparency of environmental information in Israel; to encourage factories to decrease the release and transfer of contaminating materials to the environment; and to assist in the adoption of decisions, in the conduct of research, and in the formulation of a policy that is based on environmental justice.

    The Law further establishes a register of pollutants and of the transfer of contaminating materials. The register will be accessible to the public by the Internet, free of charge. Additional information on pollutant release and transfer will be made publicly available via a geographic information system (GIS), accessible on the Internet site of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.

  27. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law of 2012 on Weight Restrictions in the Modelling Industry. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-03-27 | Date of entry into force: 2013-01-01 | ISR-2012-L-94411

    The law prohibits advertisements which display models (both male and female) which are underweight in accordance to measuring formulas prescribed in the law (i.e. body mass index). Models will be obliged to produce a doctor's certificate prior to taking part in the production of an advertisement.
    Additionally, if an advertiser alters the appearance of the model by digital means, the advertisement must contain a notice which clarifies that the model's body features were graphically altered.

  28. Israel - - Law, Act

    The Judiciary (Amendment No. 67 & 68) Law, 2012. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2012-01-04 | Date of entry into force: 2012-01-04 | ISR-2012-L-94395

    This Law repeals Section 8 paragraph (c) and amends Sections 49 and 78 of the Judiciary Law, 1984. Section 5 paragraph (d) of the Labour Courts Law, 1969 is also repealed.

  29. Israel - - International agreement

    Plan de coopération entre le Ministère de la santé de la République de Bulgarie et le Ministère de la santé de l'Etat d'Israel dans le domaine de la santé et de la médecine. - Plan de coopération (version bulgare)

    Adoption: 2012 | Date of entry into force: 2012-09-11 | INT-2012-IA-93827

    Approuvé par la Bulgarie par la décision n° 722 du Conseil des ministres du 30 août 2012. En vigueur à partir du 11 septembre 2012 (date de la signature). S'étale sur une durée de quatre ans. Prévoit les domaines spécifiques d'intérêt pour la coopération, l'échange d'information et d'expertise.
    Le plan est adopté en application de l'Accord de coopération entre la République de Bulgarie et l'Etat d'Israel dans le domaine de la santé et de la médecine, signé le 14 mars 1991.

  30. Israel - - Law, Act

    Enhanced Enforcement of the Labor Law 2011. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-12-19 | Date of entry into force: 2011-12-19 | ISR-2011-L-94394

    Chapter I: Definitions.
    Chapter II: Financial Sanctions.
    Chapter III: Civil Liability of a Person Ordering a Service.
    Chapter IV: Criminal Liability of a Person Ordering a Service.
    Chapter V: Liability of the Director General of a Public Authority.
    Chapter VI: Qualified Salary Examine.
    Chapter VII: General Provisions.
    First Appendix.
    Second Appendix.
    Third Appendix.

  31. Israel - - Law, Act

    The Minimum Wage Law of 2011 amending The Minimum Wage Law of 1987. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-06-15 | Date of entry into force: 2011-07-01 | ISR-2011-L-91093

    The monthly minimum wage is amended in two phases as follows:
    1) As from July 1st 2011, the monthly minimum wage shall be increased to 4100 (ILS).
    2) As from October 1st 2012, the monthly minimum wage shall be increased to 4300 (ILS).

  32. Israel - - Law, Act

    Environmental Protection (Inspection and Enforcement Authorities) Law, 2011. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-04-05 | Date of entry into force: 2011-08-01 | ISR-2011-L-94403

    The Law states as its goal the protection, maintenance, and improvement of the quality of the environment and the prevention of harm to the environment and to public health, by defining and extending the inspection and enforcement authorities of employees of the Ministry of Environment Protection. The significance of the Law seems to be its comprehensive application to a long list of existing Israeli laws, specified in its addendum, that provide protection to the environment and to public health. Thus, the Law establishes a unified system of enforcement authority for current Israeli legislation in this area and may facilitate the determination of similar enforcement authority in future environmental legislation.

    The Law authorizes the Minister of Environmental Protection to appoint inspectors for the investigation of violations of environmental laws. The Law further provides the inspectors with supervision and enforcement authority. Accordingly, they are authorized to request any person to provide identification and any relevant information and documents, conduct measurements, and take samples, as well as to enter any facility or vehicle for the performance of their jobs. Supervisors, however, are authorized to enter residential areas only with a judicial warrant.

    Inspectors are further authorized to interrogate suspects and persons who may have information regarding offences under the Law, seize any item connected to such offences, and request search warrants when necessary. They may also detain persons who either refuse to cooperate, are suspected of planning to flee if not detained, or whose identities are unknown, until the arrival of a police officer.

    When carrying out their authority under the Law, inspectors must wear identifiable clothing, carry ID, and possess a document signed by the Minister testifying to their jobs and authority; this document must be presented upon request. Inspectors are excused from the latter requirement if it could hamper the exercise of their authority or harm the safety of the inspectors or any other persons.

  33. Israel - - Law, Act

    Aviation Law, 5771-2011. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-03-30 | Date of entry into force: 2011-04-13 | ISR-2011-L-91109

    This comprehensive legislation regulates security of all civil aviation in Israel. It regulates licensing of operators and service providers, including pilots, flight schools, airport inspectors, flight controllers, and manufacturers of aircraft and aviation equipment. In addition, the Law introduces specific security clearance and medical eligibility requirements for aviation industry workers. The Law prohibits aviation workers from consuming drugs or alcohol while performing their duties.

    The Law contains special provisions on the operation and management of aviation schools, commercial operation of aircraft, and aircraft maintenance and inspections, as well as on the provision of airport services and the operation of airports and landing spaces.

    The Law authorizes the Minister of Transport and Road Safety to impose time limits on aviation activity in specific airports after giving interested parties the opportunity to present their comments. The Law further authorizes the head of the aviation agency or other designated person to limit, subject to conditions, void, or refuse to renew any licenses that were fraudulently or erroneously obtained, issued based on the fulfilment of conditions that no longer exist, issued to persons convicted of offences under conditions making them unfit for holding licenses, or issued to persons who have violated this or any other aviation law or applicable military order. Additionally, the Law regulates the manufacture, import, export, as well as the registration and labelling of aircraft. It requires operators of aircraft to maintain up-to-date certificates of aviation eligibility.

    The Law implements requirements established under the Convention on International Civil Aviation, signed in Chicago on December 7, 1944, and later appendices and amendments, as long as they have been adopted by the State of Israel.

    This law repeals The Aviation Law of 1927.

  34. Israel - - Law, Act

    Sick Pay (Amendment) (No. 4) Law 2011. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-03-28 | Date of entry into force: 2011-04-01 | ISR-2011-L-91111

    This law amends Section 5 paragraphs (a) and (b) of the Sick Pay Law of 1976, stating that the rate of sick pay compensation is increased from 75% to 100 % of the ordinary salary.

  35. Israel - - International agreement

    Accord du 28 février 2011 entre la Roumanie et l'Etat d'Israël dans le domaine de la sécurité sociale. (Acord din 28 februarie 2011 între România si Statul Israel în domeniul securiatii sociale.) - juridice.ro

    Adoption: 2011-02-28 | Date of entry into force: 2012-08-06 | INT-2011-IA-97713

    Partie I: Dispositions générales
    Partie II: Législation applicable
    Partie III: Dispositions spéciales concernant les différentes catégories de prestations
    Partie IV: Dispositions diverses
    Partie V: Dispositions transitoires et finales

    Ratifié par la Roumanie par la loi n° 150 du 23 juillet 2012.

  36. Israel - - Law, Act

    National Insurance Law (Amendment No. 125), 2011. - Legislation on-line in Hebrew

    Adoption: 2011-01-12 | ISR-2011-L-91108

    An additional paragraph is added to the end of Section 148(a) of the National Insurance Law of 1995, stating that the Institution may deduct from the work injury allowance of a disabled person a nursing insurance contribution payment, provided that the disabled person gave a prior written consent for this deduction.

  37. Israel - - International agreement

    Accord du 20 octobre 2009 entre la République de Bulgarie et l'Etat d'Israël sur la sécurité sociale. (Спогодба между Република България и Държавата Израел за социална сигурност, ратифицирана със Закон на 40-то Народното Събрание от 22 януари 2009г.)

    Adoption: 2009-10-20 | Date of entry into force: 2009-09-01 | INT-2009-IA-82945

    A été ratifié par la Bulgarie par une loi du 22 janvier 2009, oubliée au Durzhaven Vestnik n° 65 du 14 août 2009.

    Partie 1: Dispositions générales
    Partie 2: Législation applicable
    Partie 3: Dispositions spéciales qui se réfèrent aux différentes catégories d'indemnités
    Partie 4: Dispositions diverses

    Contient des dispositions relatives aux prestations de maternité, aux prestations d'invalidité octroyées pour maladie professionnelle, aux prestations d'accidents de travail, aux prestations de vieillesse et aux prestations de survivant.

  38. Israel - - Law, Act

    Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (Legislative Amendments) Law, 5766-2006.

    Adoption: 2006 | ISR-2006-L-77332

    Amends provisions in the the Penal Law, 5737-1977 inter alia concerning bigamy (section 15(b), offences (section 368D), conveying people (seciton 370), sexual offences (section 374), abducting for purposes of trafficking in persons (inclusion of new section 374A), holding a person under conditions of slavery (inclusion of new section 375A), forced labour (section 376 and 376A), causing a person to leave a State for purposes of prostitution or slavery (inclusion of new section 376A), trafficking in persons (inclusion of new section 377A). Also adds new sections 377B, 377C, 377D, 377E with respect to penalties, compensation, and special funds for the compensation, treatment and rehabilitation of victims of trafficking and prevention of further trafficking. Also makes amendments to the Procedure (Interrogation of Witnesses Law, 5718-1957, the Legal Aid Law, 5732-1972, the Criminal Procedure Law [consolidated version], 5742-1982, the Courts Law 5744-1984, the Legal Assistance between States Law, 5737-1977, the Prohibition of Money Laundering Law, 5760-2000, the Rights of Victims of an Offence Law, 5761-2001 and the Restriction on Use of a Place for Purposes of Preventing Commission of Offences Law, 5765-2005.

  39. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.31) 2006.

    Adoption: 2005-11-23 | Date of entry into force: 2005-12-21 | ISR-2005-L-78819

    Three sub articles added to Article 13 of the Employment of Women Law of 1954:
    1. Article 13(a)- Jurisdiction and Remedies.
    2. Article 13(b)- The action for the violation of the law can be submitted by: the employee, trade union, human rights organization working on labour law.
    3. the Court can allow the plaintiff to present its case as they choose.

  40. Israel - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No. 28) 2005.

    Adoption: 2005-02-23 | Date of entry into force: 2005-05-30 | ISR-2005-R-78849

    Article 6(d)(1) is amended: "12 weeks" is replaced by "4 weeks" in the first paragraph, in addition to adding a list of specifications for the leave period allowed.

  41. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment Service Law (Amendment No. 15) 2005.

    Adoption: 2004-03-17 | Date of entry into force: 2005-07-26 | ISR-2004-L-78846

    Contains several amendments and conditions for employees and professionals concerning receiving their working license and certificates, specifying under which circumstance the licenses for work can be obtained, renewed or canceled.

  42. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.24) 2004.

    Adoption: 2004-02-04 | Date of entry into force: 2004-03-25 | ISR-2004-L-78847

    Maternity leave is covered by the employer if the woman follows the conditions set in the National Insurance Law of 1995, and if she was working in her place of work at least 6 months prior to her pregnancy.

  43. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.25) 2004.

    Adoption: 2003-07-07 | Date of entry into force: 2004-03-24 | ISR-2004-L-78848

    A paragraph is added to Article 6(d) stating that if a newborn baby has to be admitted to hospital for at least the first 12 weeks, the mother is entitled to an additional 4 weeks of maternity leave.

  44. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.23) 2002.

    Adoption: 2002-07-10 | Date of entry into force: 2002-12-01 | ISR-2002-L-78897

    This amendments adds extra days for maternity leave for women following birth.

  45. Israel - - Law, Act

    Law on Sick Leave (Absence for Children's sickness) Amendment No. 6/2002.

    Adoption: 2002-05-07 | Date of entry into force: 2002-07-15 | ISR-2002-L-78850

    Article 1 of the law is amended to state:
    An Employee is allowed to take sick leave when his child(under the age of 16) is sick, from his usual sick leave days.
    Two conditions are set for this article to be applied:
    1. The other parent didn't take sick leave to take care of the sick child.
    2. The employee is an only parent.

  46. Israel - - Law, Act

    Notice to an Employee (Terms of Employment) Law, 5762 - 2002.

    Adoption: 2002 | ISR-2002-L-76067

    The employer has the obligation to give notice in writing that will give details of the terms of the workers employment (including a description of their role, wages, hours of work, day off, social benefit payments) no later than 30 days after the worker has commenced employment.

  47. Israel - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Notice to an Employee Regulations (Terms of Employment) (Form of the Notice and its Details), 5762 - 2002.

    Adoption: 2002 | ISR-2002-R-76068

    Implements the Notice to an Employee (Terms of Employment) Law.

  48. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No. 22) 2001.

    Adoption: 2001-11-28 | Date of entry into force: 2001-11-28 | ISR-2001-L-78812

    Adding an ending to Article 6 of Women Labour Law 1954:
    "Absence from work for maternity leave shall not harm the rights of seniority at work."

  49. Israel - - Law, Act

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.144) 2001.

    Adoption: 2001-07-25 | Date of entry into force: 2001-07-25 | ISR-2001-L-78815

    Different amendments were made to the law:
    - Article 1(8) is changed, and an extra paragraph is added after the second paragraph.
    - Several amendments to Article 2.
    - In Article 4 "3 years" are replaced by " 6 years"
    In addition several explanations are provided on when payments for maternity leave starts and for how long.

  50. Israel - - International agreement

    Convention on social security between the State of Israel and the Kingdom of Netherlands concerning the revision of the Convention signed at Jerusalem on 25 April 1984. Done at Jerusalem

    Adoption: 2001-07-17 | Date of entry into force: 2003-12-01 | INT-2001-IA-72531

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