Announcing “Employee’s Rights Handbook” book launch and lectures

Book launch and lecture will be held:

In Jerusalem: on May 19th, 2015  19:00  at AACI Jerusalem, The Glassman family center Pierre Keonig st. corner of 2 Poalei Tzedek st., 4th floor (opposite Hadar mall)

In Tel-Aviv: on June 17th, 2015 16:00 at AACI Tel-Aviv, 94 A Allenby st.

 

The “Employee’s Rights Handbook”

The first comprehensive, English language guide to Israeli payroll.
Whether  you are an employer or an employee, a new oleh or an English speaker who has trouble with the Hebrew terms, this publication is for you!

 

Employees:

Understand the terminology, layout and Hebrew on your payslip

Know your rights

Understand the labor laws

What needs to be itemized on the payslip?

What are the things you need to know upon termination?

How many vacation days are you entitled to?

Is Purim a paid holiday?

What are the rights of a pregnant employee?

 

Employers:

Do your payslips comply with all the new regulations?

Do you issue employees “notification of terms of employment” as required?

Are employees given a fair hearing prior to termination?

Understand what obligatory payments exist in Israel

What is allowed to be deducted from an employee’s salary

Are you aware of penalties for infringement on regulations and labor laws? (avoid this by knowing what needs to be done)

 

In this guide you will find:
* An overview of labor laws, regulations, expanded regulation orders, collective
agreements and statutes

* The make-up of the Israeli payslip

* Social Security

* Health Insurance
* Income tax

* Holiday pay, sick day payment, vacation, overtime payment, bereavement leave,
maternity leave

* Minimum wage

* Youth employment
* Advance notice                       And much more!

 

A must for employers and employees alike. Get your copy today! This 107 page publication in hard-copy is not available in stores, on-line orders:

 

http://www.israpay.com/announcing-the-release-date-for-employees-rights-handbook/

Aug 25th – mini-seminar: understanding your payslip and employee’s rights

This unique mini-seminar, in English, is meant for salaried employees who want to know how to read their payslip and understand it.
It is also geared towards employers who want to better understand their legal obligations regarding payslips and the implications of failing to do so.
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to learn from a senior payroll professional with over 20 years experience in all facets of Israeli payroll and labor laws.
DATE: Sunday  August 25, 2013
Time: 09:30 – 11:30
Venue:  JBC
             24 Hillel st. 5th floor
             Jerusalem
Speaker: Moshe Egel-Tal, CSPP
               CEO & Founder ISRAPAY “making payroll simple”
Price: 120 sh
Limited space available – register today !
Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn how to read and understand your payslip
Send your name and contact info to moshe.israpay@gmail.com

Employee’s Rights Lecture – Tel-Aviv – May 5th 2013

Are you receiving all you should from your employer, by law ?

Is your payslip hard to understand/ decifer ?

What should you do if you’re not ?

And what are your rights ? What can you do about it (aside from quitting your job) ?

Come find out the answers to these questions and more…….

What: Employee’s Rights Lecture

 Date: Sunday, May 5th, 2013 at 18:30 

 Where: AACI Tel-Aviv  –  94/a Allenby Street 

       

Pre-registration required. There is a small fee to attend. Please contact to register:

 contact: Helen Har-Tal –    Tel: 03-6960389       Email: aacicentralregion@gmail.com

Oct 2010 AACI mini seminar a huge success !

AACI mini seminar – huge success !

Submitted by Moshe on Tue, 23/11/2010 – 10:14

The October 2010 mini-seminar at AACI Jerusalem had a wonderful turnout of over 30 people !

The feedback I received was that it was informative and precise and interesting. All of the attendees felt that they gained important knowledge and were glad they attended.

I want to personally thank each and every one of the attendees as well as Josie Arbel and Sheila Bauman of the AACI who organized the event. Without their dedicated work it would not have been possible !

Moshe

AACI mini seminar – huge success !


The October 2010 mini-seminar at AACI Jerusalem had a wonderful turnout of over 30 people !

The feedback I received was that it was informative and precise and interesting. All of the attendees felt that they gained important knowledge and were glad they attended.

I want to personally thank each and every one of the attendees and especially Josie Arbel and Sheila Bauman of the AACI who organized the event.
Without their dedicated work it would not have been possible !

Moshe

AACI’s Navigational Series: Know Your Rights

AACI’S Navigational Series: Know Your Rights
Starting Employment – What am I entitled to ?
What is mandatory for the employer to pay (and deduct)
from payroll ?
What is optional, and how to read the payslip.

When: Monday, October 11, 2010 7 p.m. Continue reading “AACI’s Navigational Series: Know Your Rights”

Know your rights mini-seminar date set: May 7th 2009

It is now finalized:
The next Know you rights payroll mini-seminar is set for May 7th, 2009
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
64 Emek Refaim st. – 2nd floor
(Presentence)
Jerusalem

cost: 250 shekels
hot drinks available (incl in price)

sign up today and reserve your place !
limited seating, first come first serve basis.

main topic: correction 24 to the protection of salary law and it’s effect on the average employee.
There will be a Q & A session as well.

to register:
download the attached form and send along with payment to p.o. box 44429 Jerusalem 91443

Discounts: a discount is available for AACI and Nefesh b’ Nefesh members.

Email  moshe.israpay@gmail.com  for more information.

Did you make Aliyah? Sign-up for the next Know Your Rights seminar

If you have already made Aliyah or are contemplating it, this post is for you.

In the past few years I have met up with many Olim who not only didn’t know how to read their pay slip, Hebrew aside, but didn’t even know the most basic Israeli Labor laws, what their rights are as an employee or when they are terminated and that’s just for starters. Continue reading “Did you make Aliyah? Sign-up for the next Know Your Rights seminar”