Do I get paid if my office is closed on Election Day?
Haaretz talks to a labor lawyer about this and other burning questions employees may have on Tuesday.
Election Day in Israel is a national holiday: Citizens don’t just cast a ballot and celebrate democracy; they also mostly get the day off to enjoy some shopping or other leisurely activities. But some Israelis still have to work, including the tens of thousands of employees that parties and the Central Elections Committee have recruited in recent months in the run-up to Election Day. We asked attorney Naomi...
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