Wartime layoffs outlawed
Tani Goldstein
Published: 01.08.06, 12:23
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1. Pay the workers who DID show up extra
Sharon ,   Haifa, Israel   (08.01.06)
2. absenteeism
Adrian Edmonds ,   Haifa, Israel   (08.02.06)
It is not 'absenteeism ' when you are ordered to stay home. Please choose another noun.
3. the "compensations" to bussiness owners-
vicdiet@delphiforums ,   Hod Hashaon,Israel   (08.04.06)
and where the law is help, and where law is oposed.(too long a cation). when the gov. has recorded a town/village - "inside the border zone" and the wokers- were told by broadcast and policemen in the area - to stay in the shelter - both owner and worke - are compensated by the gov. budget. but if the worker stays home - when he's told - you can go to work - and yet, he/she are still afraid to go - the worker will not- be compensated. and many more problems - are arising when the worker lives in a "war zone" and works in a "regular zone". courts- will have to decide each case alone... this is a problem - for the cour people - are also afrid to come and work in "war zones"...
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