EMPLOYEE BENEFIT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
|12 Months Ended|
Dec. 31, 2019
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NOTE 13:- EMPLOYEE BENEFIT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
Employee benefits consist of short-term benefits and post-employment benefits.
According to the labor laws and Severance Pay Law in Israel, the Group is required to pay compensation to an employee upon dismissal or retirement or to make current contributions in defined contribution plans pursuant to Section 14 to the Severance Pay Law, as specified below. The Group's liability is accounted for as a post-employment benefit only for employees not under Section 14. The computation of the Group's employee benefit liability is made in accordance with a valid employment contract or a collective employees agreement based on the employee's salary and employment term which establish the entitlement to receive the compensation.
The post-employment employee benefits are normally financed by contributions classified as defined benefit plans, as detailed below:
a. Defined benefit plans:
The Group accounts for the payment of compensation, that is not covered by contributions in defined contribution plans, as above, as a defined benefit plan for which an employee benefit liability is recognized and for which the Group deposits amounts in a long-term employee benefit fund and in qualifying insurance policies.
b. Expenses recognized in the consolidated statements of profit or loss and other comprehensive income:
c. The defined benefit liability (asset), net:
d. Changes in the present value of defined benefit liabilities:
e. Changes in the fair value of plan assets:
Plan assets comprise assets held by a long-term employee benefit funds and qualifying insurance policies.
f. The principal assumptions underlying the defined benefit plan:
Based on reasonably possible changes of the principal assumptions underlying the defined benefit plan as mentioned above, occurring at the end of the reporting period, the changes would have an immaterial effect on the consolidated financial statements.
The entire disclosure for employee benefits.
Reference 1: http://www.xbrl.org/2003/role/disclosureRef