Treasury promises compensation for employees in South

By NADAV SHEMER
November 15, 2012 15:17

 
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Israelis who reside within seven kilometers of the Gaza Strip will receive full compensation for all work days they miss in accordance with IDF Home Front Command instructions, the Treasury said Thursday.

Parents of children aged 14 and under who reside within 40 kilometers of Gaza will also be compensated for missing work, following the Home Front Command’s order to cancel all studies in the area.

Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz and Treasury officials held an emergency discussion Thursday, one day after the IDF launched of Operation Pillar of Defense.

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