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An employee employed on an hourly or weekly basis, must be paid for his work no later than the end of the month

By S. Horowitz & Co. | 29/05/2018 print


According to a new precedential ruling handed down by the National Labor Court, an employee employed on an hourly or weekly basis, must be paid for his work no later than the end of the month in which the work was performed.  In a special client update, Adv. Shoshana Gavish, Partner and Head of our Labor Law Practice Group, and Adv. Daniel Ovadia, address this new ruling and the reasons leading to it.

 

For the full update - http://app.activetrail.com/S/eiwix3dawxw.htm