The Israeli minimum wage is a monthly salary of 3,266.58 New Israel Shekels (about 640 euros). The daily minimum wage for a six-day work week is 130.66 New Israel Shekels (or about 25 euros). The daily minimum wage for a five-day work week is 150.77 New Israel Shekels. For more detailed information regarding Israeli labour laws consult the website of the State of Israel Ministry of Labour & Social Affairs Division of Labour Relations:
Once you’ve been hired for a job in Israel it’s important to try and get a signed personal job contract from your employer. Although by law employers are required to list your terms of employment within 30 days of hire this often doesn’t happen. Work contracts in Hebrew are complex, even for many Israelis to understand. If you’re in serious doubt about some terms and passages consider getting advice from a lawyer. In any case pay attention to the following:
Try to make sure that general statements such as "as is typical in this line of work" or "as is commonly accepted" or "subject to the employer's judgment" are avoided since they are unclear and reduce the employer's obligations to a minimum.
Remember that Shabbat, the Jewish holy day, is on Saturday, so Sunday will feel like Monday to most of us.
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