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  1. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

    Hours of Work and Rest Law (Amendment No. 18), 2018. (חוק שעות עבודה ומנוחה (תיקון מס' 18),2018) - Legislation Online in Hebrew

    Adopción: 2018-06-21 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2019-01-01 | ISR-2018-L-109214

    This Law adds Clause d(1) to Article No. 9 on "Refusal to work on weekly rest days", and amends Articles 9(h) and 12 of Hours of Work and Rest Law of 1951.

  2. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

    Hours of Work and Rest Law (Amendment No. 17), 2018. (חוק שעות עבודה ומנוחה (תיקון מס' 17),2018) - Legislation Online in Hebrew

    Adopción: 2018-03-13 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2018-03-13 | ISR-2018-L-109213

    This Law amends Articles No. 11,14,22,33 of Hours of Work and Rest Law of 1951.

  3. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

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

    Adopción: 2016-02-16 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 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.

  4. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

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

    Adopción: 2013-12-09 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 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.

  5. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

    Hours of Work and Rest (Amendment No. 9) Law, 2000.

    Adopción: 2000-03-08 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2000-06-13 | ISR-2000-L-78896

    A paragraph is added to Article 20 of the Hours of Work and Rest Law of 1951 stating that a person is allowed to pray during his work hours according to the requirements of his religion.

  6. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

    Hours of Work and Rest Law, 5711-1951. - English translation

    Adopción: 1951 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 1951-09-28 | ISR-1951-L-36146

    Contains detailed provisions on hours of work, weekly rest, employment during prohibited hours, work breaks, inspection and penalties.

  7. Israel - Horas de trabajo, descanso semanal y vacaciones pagadas - Ley

    Annual Leave Law, 5711-1951. - English translation

    Adopción: 1951 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 1951-10-01 | ISR-1951-L-36148

    Detailed provisions on right to leave, duration of leave, right to leave of temporaray wage workers, calculation of leave days and leave pay, loss of right to leave pay, establishment and approval of leave funds and related matters.


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