New minimum wages start Sunday

The new minimum wage as of April 1, 2007, is NIS 3,710 a month (based on a 43-hour working week), up from NIS 3,585, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor announced on Wednesday.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
March 29, 2007 06:59

 
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The new minimum wage as of April 1, 2007, is NIS 3,710 a month (based on a 43-hour working week), up from NIS 3,585, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor announced on Wednesday. For hourly wages, the new minimum is now NIS 19.95, while the daily minimum wage for those who work six days a week has been raised to NIS 148.41, and for those who work five days a week, NIS 171.24.

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