Overview of Payroll in Israel Overview of Payroll in Israel

Introducing to Israeli Payroll

Objective:


Israeli payroll is considered to be fairly complicated, and aside of the specifications of the different relevant laws, there are also many binding common practices, industries specifics and special circumstances that should be taken into account when calculating payroll.


This webinar focuses on the basic principles of the Israeli payroll and provides a wide overview of this complex subject.


The webinar reviews the key elements which are related to payroll in Israel: terminologies, governing institutions, main labor laws, typical pay structure, main payroll processes and events and statutory reporting.
It should be noted that it is not a substitute to a full payroll training course and therefore provides general introduction only. It will discuss the mainstream principles, but not necessarily cover all exceptional / border issues.


Webinar topics:

Main Facts: tax year, pay date, pay cycles.

Governing institutions and laws: Income tax (part of Israeli Tax Authority), National Insurance Institution, various labor laws (enforced by either the legal system or ministry of labor), Pension Order

Pay Structure: processing gross to net, employer costs, pay slip structure

Main Payroll Events: starters, leavers, various absences (vacation, sick leave, bereavement, public holidays, maternity & paternity leave, military reserve duty, injury at work, LOA)

Types of Employment/Employees: monthly, hourly, daily, global employment

Time and Attendance

2 important extensive laws: "Amendment 24 to the Protection of Wage Law" and "Law for Increased Enforcement of Labor Laws"

Submission of Statutory Reports, Declarations and Statements


Duration


3 sessions of 1-1.5 hours each (including time for Q&As)

 

Course dates

3 sessions (1-1.5 hours each) as following:

Session 1 – 12th May 2020 (11.00am - 12.30pm GMT)
Session 2 – 13th May 2020 (11.00am - 12.30pm GMT) 
Session 3 - 14th May 2020 (11.00am - 12.30pm GMT)

 

For further information contact us on 0203 871 8870 or
training@globalpayrollassociation.com

Introducing to Israeli Payroll

Objective:


Israeli payroll is considered to be fairly complicated, and aside of the specifications of the different relevant laws, there are also many binding common practices, industries specifics and special circumstances that should be taken into account when calculating payroll.


This webinar focuses on the basic principles of the Israeli payroll and provides a wide overview of this complex subject.


The webinar reviews the key elements which are related to payroll in Israel: terminologies, governing institutions, main labor laws, typical pay structure, main payroll processes and events and statutory reporting.
It should be noted that it is not a substitute to a full payroll training course and therefore provides general introduction only. It will discuss the mainstream principles, but not necessarily cover all exceptional / border issues.


Webinar topics:

Main Facts: tax year, pay date, pay cycles.

Governing institutions and laws: Income tax (part of Israeli Tax Authority), National Insurance Institution, various labor laws (enforced by either the legal system or ministry of labor), Pension Order

Pay Structure: processing gross to net, employer costs, pay slip structure

Main Payroll Events: starters, leavers, various absences (vacation, sick leave, bereavement, public holidays, maternity & paternity leave, military reserve duty, injury at work, LOA)

Types of Employment/Employees: monthly, hourly, daily, global employment

Time and Attendance

2 important extensive laws: "Amendment 24 to the Protection of Wage Law" and "Law for Increased Enforcement of Labor Laws"

Submission of Statutory Reports, Declarations and Statements


Duration


3 sessions of 1-1.5 hours each (including time for Q&As)

 

Course dates

3 sessions (1-1.5 hours each) as following:

Session 1 – 12th May 2020 (11.00am - 12.30pm GMT)
Session 2 – 13th May 2020 (11.00am - 12.30pm GMT) 
Session 3 - 14th May 2020 (11.00am - 12.30pm GMT)

 

For further information contact us on 0203 871 8870 or
training@globalpayrollassociation.com