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Israeli working week is shortened by 60 minutes to 42 hours
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The working week in Israel is shortened by one hour and the next month will be 42 hours. This is in accordance with an order extending the decision to all employers in Israel as well. Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Haim Katz signed the extension order and the move was led by Histadrut chairman Avi Nissenkorn. The move to shorten the work week was made possible by a general collective agreement signed a year ago between Histadrut Chairman Avi Nissenkorn and the chairman of the business organizations Shraga Brosh.

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