Asher Heled & Co. Law Firm is a leader in Israel in consulting to and representing employees vis-a-vis their employers and other workers, whether in cases of sexual harassment in the workplace to inking shoddy contracts with executives and relocation agreements. Heled Law has over 40 years of experience in negotiating and drafting of contracts, protecting workers’ rights, overseeing pre-dismissal hearing proceedings and representing employees in all legal instances.
We help employees negotiate and draw up work, transition and retirements agreements, including the creation of “tailor-made” agreements for special situations, including agreements with overseas entities, relocation and end-of-contract benefits (Golden Parachute)
We consult and represent employees upon work contract termination or changes in the ownership structure of their workplace. We counsel and represent employees on revoking unlawful termination and ensuring lawful compensation. We provide legal advice on protecting and enforcing employees’ rights, filing claims when they are breached and in defending against demands and claims involving non-disclosure and non-competition.
Personalized, sensitive and effective representation for employees involved in sexual harassment charges, from real-time legal support in the workplace to representation in all instances, including labor courts, disciplinary courts, and higher instances.
Counseling and representation of workers in disciplinary proceedings, including in the disciplinary courts of the Public Service (disciplinary courts of the State Service and the Municipal Service) as well as in front of tribunals and “disciplinary committees” as part of collective agreements. We provide comprehensive legal support, from the disciplinary event to the conclusion of the legal proceedings
We counsel and provide close legal advice and representation for female workers who are pregnant, undergoing fertility treatments or during maternity leave whenever their rights are violated or in cases of unlawful termination. This support includes accompanying them to hearings before dismissal, in proceedings involving employers’ applications to the Labour Ministry for a permit to dismiss and in any legal proceedings that may be required.