Holiday bonuses remain stable

Most employees of small companies will receive a Pessah bonus worth between NIS 200-500, according to results of a poll conducted by the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
March 22, 2007 06:52

 
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Most employees of small companies will receive a Pessah bonus worth between NIS 200-500, according to results of a poll conducted by the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce. The poll was based on responses of managers at approximately 90 small companies in the food, finance, retail and electronics sectors. Most of those questioned said there would be no increase from the bonuses employees received before last Pessah or before Rosh Hashana. Some 66% of finance companies polled in the survey reported that the bonuses for their employees would be a gift for the upcoming holiday, while 17% said they would give household appliances as bonuses.

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