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  1. Israël - - Loi

    Employment Service Law (Amendment No. 15) 2005.

    Adoption: 2004-03-17 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2005-07-26 | ISR-2004-L-78846

    Contains several amendments and conditions for employees and professionals concerning receiving their working license and certificates, specifying under which circumstance the licenses for work can be obtained, renewed or canceled.

  2. Israël - - Loi

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.24) 2004.

    Adoption: 2004-02-04 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-03-25 | ISR-2004-L-78847

    Maternity leave is covered by the employer if the woman follows the conditions set in the National Insurance Law of 1995, and if she was working in her place of work at least 6 months prior to her pregnancy.

  3. Israël - - Loi

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.25) 2004.

    Adoption: 2003-07-07 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-03-24 | ISR-2004-L-78848

    A paragraph is added to Article 6(d) stating that if a newborn baby has to be admitted to hospital for at least the first 12 weeks, the mother is entitled to an additional 4 weeks of maternity leave.

  4. Israël - - Loi

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.23) 2002.

    Adoption: 2002-07-10 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2002-12-01 | ISR-2002-L-78897

    This amendments adds extra days for maternity leave for women following birth.

  5. Israël - - Loi

    Law on Sick Leave (Absence for Children's sickness) Amendment No. 6/2002.

    Adoption: 2002-05-07 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2002-07-15 | ISR-2002-L-78850

    Article 1 of the law is amended to state:
    An Employee is allowed to take sick leave when his child(under the age of 16) is sick, from his usual sick leave days.
    Two conditions are set for this article to be applied:
    1. The other parent didn't take sick leave to take care of the sick child.
    2. The employee is an only parent.

  6. Israël - - Loi

    Notice to an Employee (Terms of Employment) Law, 5762 - 2002.

    Adoption: 2002 | ISR-2002-L-76067

    The employer has the obligation to give notice in writing that will give details of the terms of the workers employment (including a description of their role, wages, hours of work, day off, social benefit payments) no later than 30 days after the worker has commenced employment.

  7. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Notice to an Employee Regulations (Terms of Employment) (Form of the Notice and its Details), 5762 - 2002.

    Adoption: 2002 | ISR-2002-R-76068

    Implements the Notice to an Employee (Terms of Employment) Law.

  8. Israël - - Loi

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No. 22) 2001.

    Adoption: 2001-11-28 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2001-11-28 | ISR-2001-L-78812

    Adding an ending to Article 6 of Women Labour Law 1954:
    "Absence from work for maternity leave shall not harm the rights of seniority at work."

  9. Israël - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Guidelines for prevention of HIV infection after blood exposure or unsafe sexual relation. - Ministry of Health

    Adoption: 2001-11-05 | ISR-2001-M-112864

  10. Israël - - Loi

    Employment of Women Law (Amendment No.144) 2001.

    Adoption: 2001-07-25 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2001-07-25 | ISR-2001-L-78815

    Different amendments were made to the law:
    - Article 1(8) is changed, and an extra paragraph is added after the second paragraph.
    - Several amendments to Article 2.
    - In Article 4 "3 years" are replaced by " 6 years"
    In addition several explanations are provided on when payments for maternity leave starts and for how long.

  11. Israël - - Accord international

    Convention on social security between the State of Israel and the Kingdom of Netherlands concerning the revision of the Convention signed at Jerusalem on 25 April 1984. Done at Jerusalem

    Adoption: 2001-07-17 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2003-12-01 | INT-2001-IA-72531

  12. Israël - - Constitution

    Basic Law: The Government (2001). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2001-03-07 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2003 | ISR-2001-C-86611

    Repeals the Basic Law: The Government (1992). Provides for the establishment and functioning of the government of Israel. Includes provisions on the seat of government, its responsibilities and composition, the eligibility of Ministers, constitution of the government following elections, early elections in case of failure to form a government, procedures to take in case of violation of laws by Ministers, measures to take in case of incapacity or death of the Prime Ministers, procedures in case of termination of duty for Ministers and the Prime Minister, salaries and pensions of government representatives, and measures to take to declare a state of emergency or declare war. Also amends section 21 and adds new section 36A in the Basic Law: The Knesset - No. 30.

  13. Israël - - Loi

    Employee Notification Law (Working Conditions) 2002.

    Adoption: 2000-12-18 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2002-03-13 | ISR-2002-L-78817

    The employer has to give written notification to the employee on the working conditions no later than 30 days after the beginning of the labour contract.

  14. Israël - - Loi

    Law on Sick Leave (Maternity and Paternity Leave) 2000.

    Adoption: 2000-03-27 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2000-06-26 | ISR-2000-L-78895

    Employee is allowed to take up to 7 days a year for treatment or tests related to the pregnancy or giving birth of the partner.

  15. Israël - - Loi

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

    Adoption: 2000-03-08 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 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.

  16. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Youth Employment Regulations (Medical Examinations), 5760/2000.

    Adoption: 2000 | ISR-2000-R-59878

    Made under Youth Employment Law 1953. Makes provision for scope of medical examination by General Practitioner, and scope of medical examination for work requiring suitability test. Also regulates medical record, employer's duty to refer to medical examinations, notice of restriction in job requiring suitability test and some related matters. Revokes Youth Employment Regulations (Medical Examinations) 5714/1954 and Youth Employment Regulations (Hazardous Work for the matter of Medical examination) 5756/1996.

  17. Israël - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Circular No 2.2-13 of October 1999 on Pupils suffering from HIV/AIDS. - Ministry of Health

    Adoption: 1999-10 | ISR-1999-M-112863

  18. Israël - - Loi

    Companies Law, 5759-1999. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1999-04-19 | ISR-1999-L-79956

    Part I - Interpretation
    Part II - Foundation of a Company
    Part III - Structure of the Company
    Part IV - Administration of the Company
    Part V - The Shareholder
    Part VI - Office Holders in a Company
    Part VII - Capital of the Company
    Part VIII - Acquisition of Companies
    Part IX - General Provisions
    Part X - Repeal, Transitional Provisions, Application and Commencement

  19. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Employment of Youths Regulations (Mediation for the Employment of a Child in a Performance or Advertisement) (5759/1999).

    Adoption: 1999 | ISR-1999-R-59876

    Made under Employment of Youth Law, 1953. Sets forth preconditions for issuance of a permit to mediate employment of a child in a performance. Such permit shall not be issued for employment of a child of less than 1 year of age, or if the applicant has committed certain types of crime. Provides for qualification, revocation and application for such permit, and regulates modalities of acts of mediation.

  20. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Employment of Youth Regulations (Employment of a Child in a Performance or Advertisement), 5759-1999.

    Adoption: 1999 | ISR-1999-R-59875

    Made under Employment of Youth Law 1953. Sets forth preconditions for issuing of permit to employ a child. Such permit shall not be issued to employ a child of less than one year of age, or if the applicant has been convicted of certain types of crime. Provides for qualification, revocation and stipulation of permit, as well as for submission of application for permit. Also regulates terms of employment of child in a performance. Finally, revokes Child Labour Regulation (Employment in a Public Performance), 1965.

  21. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Employment of Youth Regulations (Informing and Heeding), 5759-1999.

    Adoption: 1999 | ISR-1999-R-59877

    Made under the Employment of Youth Law 1953. Regulates duties of employer applying for a permit to employ a youth. Establishes that an employer who applies for such permit shall notify the youth for whose employment the permit is requested, prior to the submission of the application, of his right to express his position as to the granting of the permit, and shall provide him with the appropriate form for statement of position.

  22. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Employment of Youth Regulations (Brokerage of the Employment of a Child in a Performance or Advertisement), 5759-1999.

    Adoption: 1999 | ISR-1999-R-77398

    Regulates the issuance of a brokering licence, the revocation and suspension of the license as well as restrictions that may be placed on it. Stipulates the conditions for brokering the employment of a child (defined as a person under the age of 15 years).

  23. Israël - - Accord international

    Convenio de seguridad social entre el Gobierno de la República Oriental del Uruguay y el Gobierno del Estado de Israel, suscrito en la ciudad de Jerusalén, el 30 de marzo de 1998 (Ley núm. 17206 por la que se aprueba el).

    Adoption: 1998-03-30 | INT-1998-IA-54565

    Establece las definiciones, el principio de igualdad de trato, la conservación de los derechos adquiridos y pago de prestaciones en el exterior y, los ámbitos de aplicación material y personal. Contiene disposiciones sobre la legislación aplicable (regla general y normas especiales o excepciones), también contiene disposiciones sobre las prestaciones: enfermedades ocupacionales y accidentes de trabajo, maternidad, invalidez, vejez, sobrevivencia, y subsidio por defunción. Contempla la aplicación de la legislación respectiva. Entre las disposiciones diversas, contempla la protección de la información concerniente al ámbito privado de las personas.

  24. Israël - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Circular N° 4/1998 of 15 March 1998 on early diagnosis of HIV positive woman and her treatment. - Ministry of Health

    Adoption: 1998-03-15 | ISR-1998-M-112862

  25. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Port Regulations (Safety of Navigation) (Revision No. 2), 1998.

    Adoption: 1998-03-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1998-04-01 | ISR-1998-R-60460

    Amends Port Regulations by inserting a new Section 5a on Port State Control and supervision and inspection of foreign vessels. Provides for prohibition to navigate, grounds for detailed inspection, particulars of detailed inspection, re-inspection and detention of foreign vessels.

  26. Israël - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Circular of 17 February 1998 for payment and notification of the diagnosis of HIV infection. - Ministry of Health

    Adoption: 1998-02-17 | ISR-1998-M-112861

  27. Israël - - Loi

    Sick Pay (Absence because of Spouse's Sick) Law, No. 5758 of 1998. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1998 | ISR-1998-L-62095

    Establishes that an employee may charge up to six days of absence per year because of his spouse's sickness against his accrued sick leave.

  28. Israël - - Loi

    Prevention of Sexual Harassment Law (5758-1998). - Law on-line Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1998 | ISR-1998-L-57358

    Prohibits sexual harassment in order to protect human dignity, liberty and privacy, as well as to promote equality between the sexes. Enumerates acts constituting sexual harassment. Regulates sexual harassment as offences and as civil wrongs, steps to be taken by an employer, jurisdiction of the labour court, and some related matters.

  29. Israël - - Loi

    Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities, 5758-1998. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1998 | ISR-1998-L-62097

    Chapter 4 regulates employment of disabled persons. Provides for prohibition of discrimination, representation of persons with disabilities, protection of complainant, right to sue, and some related matters.

  30. Israël - - Accord international

    Agreement between the Government of the State of Israel and the Government of the Republic of Finland on social security. Done at Jerusalem.

    Adoption: 1997-09-15 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1999-09-01 | INT-1997-IA-61307

  31. Israël - - Loi

    Protection of Employees (Exposure of Offenses, of Unethical Conduct and of Improper Administration) Law 5757-1997. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1997 | ISR-1997-L-49585

    Provides protection from dismissal for employees who file a complaint against their employer regarding a violation of the law, unethical conduct, or improper administration. Regional labour courts shall have jursidiction over cases related to the Act and may award compensation to dismissed employees, or, in the case of a public body or enterprise with more than 25 employees, issue an injunction against dismissal.

  32. Israël - - Loi

    Employment of Employees by Manpower Contractors Law 5756-1996. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1996 | ISR-1996-L-49588

    Requires employment contractors to obtain licenses and regulates the conditions for the grants of licenses. If a contracted employee works in a place of work for more than three years, he shall be subject to provisions of any collective agreement which applies to other workers at that workplace. There shall be no stipulations in contracts which prohibit the direct employment of a contracted employee by an employer. Contracted employees shall not replace workers on strike.

  33. Israël - - Loi

    Male and Female Workers Equal Pay Law 5756-1996. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1996 | ISR-1996-L-49589

    Provides for the right to equal pay for equal work, and for suits and class action suits as a remedy against discrimination. Repeals the Male and Female Workers Equal Pay Act 1964.

  34. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Apprenticeship Regulations (Youth Employment and Summary of the Law) 5757-1996.

    Adoption: 1996 | ISR-1996-R-77278

    Contains form of notice to be given to the Commissioner for Apprenticeship according to section 11 of the law.

  35. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Apprenticeship Regulations (Reporting Forms) 5756-1996.

    Adoption: 1996 | ISR-1996-R-77280

    Contains form for the report of trade lessons.

  36. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Apprenticeship Regulations (Certificate Forms) 5757-1996.

    Adoption: 1996 | ISR-1996-R-77283

    Provides the form for the certificate of intermediate examinations and the trade certificate form.

  37. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Youth Employment Regulations (Prohibited Jobs and Restricted Jobs) (5756-1995).

    Adoption: 1995-09-19 | ISR-1995-R-59874

    Made under Youth Employment Law 5713/1953. Sets forth list of jobs prohibited for young persons. Prohibition does not apply to employment of a youth pursuant to the Apprenticeship Law 5713/1953 or at the Vocational Training Centre for Youth under Section 1(b)(3) of the Law. Establishes that chief Work Supervisor may permit employment of a youth for a job, in places, and with restrictions laid down in the permit, if it is essential for the professional training of the youth. Revokes Youth Employment Regulations (Prohibited Jobs and Restricted Jobs), 5714/1954.

  38. Israël - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Israel's Written Constitution.

    Adoption: 1995-03-01 | ISR-1995-C-44044

    Book containing an English translation of the Declaration of Independence and the Basic Laws on Human Dignity and Freedom, Freedom of Occupation, Jerusalem, the State President, the Knesset, the Government, the State Economy, the Army, Israel Lands, the Administration of Justice, and the State Comptroller. Consolidated and updated as of 1 March 1995.

    [It should be noted that Israel does not have a written constitution and that this title refers to the name of the book]

  39. Israël - - Accord international

    Act on the Supplementary Agreement of 12 February 1995 to the Agreement of 17 December 1973 between Germany and Israel concerning social security.

    Adoption: 1995-02-12 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1995-03-01 | DEU-1996-IA-43323

    Inter alia, provides social security benefits to Jews who were living in territory occupied by National Socialist Germany.

  40. Israël - - Loi

    Youth Employment Regulations (Employment Booklet), 5756-1995.

    Adoption: 1995 | ISR-1995-L-77402

    Provides for the application and form of employment booklets for youth which are to contain details of the young worker including registration number, name of parents, address, education and membership in an HMO. The Employer is to retain the booklet during the period of employment and is to return it on the last day of their employment.

  41. Israël - - Loi

    Basic Law: Freedom of Occupation. - Basic Law Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1994-03-09 | ISR-1994-L-50992

    Provides that every Israel national or resident has the right to engage in any occupation, profession or trade. Repeals the Basic Law on Freedom of Occupation of 1992.

  42. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Administrative Offences Regulations (Administrative Fine - Youth Employment), 5754-1994.

    Adoption: 1994 | ISR-1994-R-77406

    Sets out fines for violations of sections 33A, 33C, 33D and 33E of the Youth Employment Act, 5713-1953.

  43. Israël - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    The Mandatory Tenders Regulations, No. 5753-1993.

    Adoption: 1993-05-13 | ISR-1993-R-92800

    Made under the Mandatory Tenders Law, 5752-1992 to implement its provisions.

    Chapter 1. Interpretation
    Chapter 2. Ministry Contracts
    Chapter 2-1. Internet Site and System of Preparation of Mechanical Tenders
    Chapter 3. Contracts with the Israel Lands Administration for Carrying out a Transaction in Real Estate
    Chapter 4. Contracts of the Office of the State President, the Knesset, the Offices of the State Comptroller or the Knesset Central Elections Committee
    Chapter 5. Contracts of a Government Company and a Government subsidiary Company
    Chapter 6. Contracts of a Corporation
    Chapter 6-1. Sick Fund Contracts
    Chapter 7. Miscellaneous Provisions

  44. Israël - - Loi

    Sick Pay (Absence Because of Child's Illness) Law 5753-1993. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1993 | ISR-1993-L-49586

    Provides 6 days of sick leave for an employee to care for a sick child, provided that his or her spouse is also employed and is not absent from work under the same entitlement. In cases of a malignant disease and where the employee has worked for the same employer for more than one year, leave of up to 60 days may be granted.

  45. Israël - - Loi

    Sick Pay (Absence Because of Parent's Illness) Law 5754-1993. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1993 | ISR-1993-L-49587

    Provides 6 days of sick leave for employees who have a parent over the age of 65 who is suffering from an illness.

  46. Israël - - Loi

    Prohibition of discrimination against blind persons accompanied by seeing eye dogs Law 5753-1993.

    Adoption: 1993 | ISR-1993-L-49590

    Prohibits discrimination against blind persons accompanied by seeing eye dogs with respect to employment or access to public buildings or transport.

  47. Israël - - Loi

    Basic Law of Government

    Adoption: 1992-03-18 | ISR-1992-L-39135

    Replaces the 1968 Basic Law by the same name in its entirety, and encompasses the Law on Direct Election of the Prime Minister. Provides that a chief executive must personally receive a popular mandate and uncontestable power to form a government. Limitations on this power are the Knesset's approval of the Prime Minister's cabinet and a smaller Knesset majority to oust the government.

  48. Israël - - Loi

    Basic Law on Human Dignity and Liberty - Basic Law Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992-03-17 | ISR-1992-L-39134

    Important provisions of the Basic Law include the inviolability of the human person; the importance of personal liberty; the right of access to and egress from the State of Israel; and the right to privacy. Exempts state security forces from the full application of its provisions.

  49. Israël - - Loi

    Basic Law on Freedom of Occupation - Basic Law

    Adoption: 1992-03-03 | ISR-1992-L-39133

    Provides that every Israeli, national or resident, has the right to engage in any occupation, profession or trade; there shall be no limitation on this right except by law enacted for a proper purpose and on the grounds of the general welfare. Repealed.

  50. Israël - - Loi

    Single Parent Family Law, 5752-1992 - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992 | ISR-1992-L-36156

    Provides that single parents are entitled to preference for acceptance of his or her children in day nurseries. Single parents are also entitled to preference for vocational training under conditions and rules established by the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs. The Government shall give to single parents increased loans for housing needs.

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