minimum wage israel

Knesset votes to raise monthly minimum wage to NIS 5,300

"Raising the minimum wage to NIS 5,300 is a direct continuation of our work in favor of narrowing gaps and strengthening the working population,"says Finance Minister.

money
Multi-national corporations boosts wages, productivity says Finance Ministry

The study found that MNCs had substantial effects on productivity in Israel, a measure where the country tends to lag against its peers.

01/08/2016
cashier
Minimum wage rises to NIS 4,852, vacation days increase

The increase is part of a series of wage hikes the government agreed to on threat of a Histadrut strike last year and will continue rising incrementally to NIS 5,300.

30/06/2016
A waitress
Ministers vote to lower working age

Bill to be brought to its first vote in the Knesset plenum on Wednesday.

By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
28/12/2015
strike
What to expect for Wednesday's slated nationwide strike

Here are some of the details you should know going into the public sector strike starting tomorrow at 6 a.m.

22/12/2015
money
Cabinet OKs 2017 minimum wage increase to NIS 5,300

Plan builds on the existing minimum wage law--which will raise the wage from the current NIS 4,650 a month.

01/11/2015
A waitress
The end of tipping? Hadash MK introduces bill on waiters' rights

Legislation submitted by Joint List lawmaker Dov Hanin would not allow restaurants to count tips toward waiter salaries.

15/06/2015
Men and Women
Israeli women make 31.9% less than their male counterparts

The statistics did not necessarily reflect women getting paid less for doing the same work.

04/03/2015
Amir Peretz
Parties vie for credit as Knesset readies final minimum wage bill

Chaos erupted in the Knesset session as players from across the political spectrum lashed out at one another.

21/01/2015
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A-G okays advancing deal to raise minimum wage

In a turnaround decision, minimum wage will rise to NIS 5,000 over the span of two years.

07/01/2015
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