Netta is the Head of the Employment Department.
Netta provides legal advice to international and local entities, private and public-sector firms, high-tech companies, and industrial companies, as well as to employees and senior executives, on a variety of employment issues.
Netta advises during international transactions, M&A transactions, and organizational restructuring processes on all aspects of labor law.
Netta has extensive experience appearing and managing various litigation processes in labor courts, accompanying and representing clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings, managing personal and collective disputes, conducting investigation proceedings under the Prevention of Sexual Harassment Law, investigating incidents of harassment at work, and more.
Netta provides advice and guidance during crisis events in workplaces due to global and local changes, and adapts the workplace and work relations to new and groundbreaking trends in Israeli labor law.
Netta advises on all aspects of employment relations, employment agreements (including executive employee agreements), collective employment agreements, compensation plans for employees and senior managers, the creation of work procedures, and proper management of employment termination procedures.
Tel Aviv University, B.A. (Political Science), 2005
Tel Aviv University, LL.B., 2004
Israel Bar Association, 2005
News and updates - Netta Bromberg:
How to Comply with Local Employment Laws in a World with No Boundaries
As a result of COVID-19, in recent months, many employers have closed their offices and required their employees to work from home, sometimes indefinitely. Employers and employees alike have learned that people no longer need to be present at an office to get work done. This has created another unique situation. Israelis who relocated to countries around the world are now either requesting to return to Israel to be close to their family or being asked by their companies to return home in order to save costs. The question is how can this work for an Israeli employed by an international company with no connection to Israel. What are the legal requirements in such a situation? Netta Bromberg, the head of our Employment Department, has published an article in Calcalist on the subject.
Employment: Paid Sick Leave for Time in Quarantine
Yesterday the Court granted the State’s request to extend the period during which employees may use paid sick leave for time in quarantine until October 28, 2020.
As you may remember, the Supreme Court repealed an order from the Ministry of Health, according to which a sweeping medical certificate was given to employees in quarantine due to possible exposure to COVID-19. This repeal was to have entered into effect on September 30, 2020.
Israel’s Second Lockdown: A Guide for Employers
The lockdown entered inְto effect on September 25, 2020, at 14:00, and is expected to continue until October 10, 2020. It is possible at the end of this period the lockdown will be extended. We have prepared an in-depth update for employers on the relevant topics.