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PostSubject: Survey finds 92 percent of employers violate labor laws   Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:52 am

In a wide-reaching survey conducted by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Employment two weeks ago as part of an effort to enforce labor laws, 92 percent of employers polled were found to be in violation of labor laws.

A team of 300 specially trained Trade Ministry employees inspected 580 places of employment including construction sites, factories, stores and businesses in central and southern Israel.

The survey found that 92 percent of the employers polled were in violation of employment laws. Some of the employers found to be in violation will be fined.

According to Eli Paz, head of the Trade Ministry's enforcement department, the survey was aimed at increasing employers' awareness of employees' rights.

"One of the ways of obtaining the goal of decreasing poverty and social inequality is enforcing labor laws," Trade Minister Eli Yishai said Tuesday.

Yishai also said that he is working on obtaining a NIS 45 million budget increase in order to tighten supervision on the upholding of labor laws.

Haaretz, Wed., September 27, 2006

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