The employer is Call Yachol, and our employees provide service to other companies (Pelephone, Bezeq International, Leumi Card, and others), under a full working relationship with Call Yachol.
Work at our call centers suits a wide range of disabilities, including impaired sight, impaired hearing, physical and mental disabilities. For technological reasons that are not under our control, it is not possible at present to make adaptations for the blind (reading software or braille).
Yes, today the Laron Law allows you to earn an income as well as receiving an allowance. The allowance is gradually reduced from a certain level of salary, and in any event it is more worthwhile to work and receive an allowance rather than not work and only receive the allowance.
Details about the Laron Law on the NII website: click here
Disability allowance calculator under the Laron Law: click here
The minimum requirement is four shifts a week, 6 to 7 hours each. You can also work full-time.
Yes, as far as possible. We are aware that our employees may have certain restrictions, and try to take this into account wherever possible.
Of course, there are social benefits as set out by law.
No. Call Yachol is a commercial business in every respect. We meet business targets and compete in the open market.
Yes. Call Yachol is a young company, with a wide range of possibilities for promotion. Our aim is to promote employees from the company to management positions.
Call Yachol does not provide transportation. Employees have to make their own way to the training center and workplace.
Yes. Call Yachol employees are entitled to reimbursement of travel expenses as is customary in the market.
No, we do not charge for training, and we pay a full salary during the course.