Palestine is a sovereign state in the Middle East region that includes the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The State of Palestine has been recognized by 138 of the 193 United Nations members and has a status of a non-member observer state in the UN.
The minimum wage in Palestine is around ILS 1,880 per month, with a standard workweek of no more than 45 hours. Overtime is paid at 150% of the regular salary.
Pregnant employees who have worked for 6 months before their due date are entitled to 10 weeks of paid maternity leave (at least 6 of which need to be taken after the birth). There is no statutory paternity leave.
Employees can receive 14 days of sick leave at their full pay, and then another 14 days at half the pay.
There are 8 public holidays in Palestine, and employees are entitled to at least 14 days of paid time off in the first 5 years of employment, then a minimum of 21 days after that.
An employer can terminate an employment contract for technical or economic reasons
The standard notice period for terminations is 1 month.
Severance pay is usually calculated as 1 month of wages for each year the employee worked at the company (for employees who have worked at their company for at least 1 year).
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