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This excerpt taken from the ESLT 20-F filed Mar 13, 2009.

Employees

Number of Employees. Most of our employees are based in Israel, and we have a significant number of employees in the United States. The total number of employees worldwide and the number of employees in the U.S. at the end of 2008, 2007 and 2006 were as follows:

 

     Total Employees    U.S. Employees

2008

   10,876    1,826

2007

   10,072    1,749

2006

   8,030    1,357

Employment Contracts. The majority of our Israeli employees have individual employment contracts. However, by law some employees receive rights under a number of general collective bargaining agreements and under Israeli employment laws. See Item 4. Information on the Company – Conditions in Israel – Israeli Labor Laws. We believe our overall relationship with our employees is satisfactory.

Collective Bargaining Agreements. In Israel, Elop, ESLC-T, Cyclone, Elisra, Tadiran Systems and Tadiran Spectralink are each parties to collective bargaining agreements covering a portion of their employees. A total of approximately 2,090 employees in Israel are covered by such agreements that extend for various periods up to 2012. Approximately 190 of the employees at Elbit Systems of America’s Forth Worth operations are covered by a collective bargaining agreement in effect until 2011.

This excerpt taken from the ESLT 20-F filed Jun 15, 2007.

Employees

        Number of Employees. Most of our employees are based in Israel, and we have a significant amount of employees in the United States. A significant majority of the employees who are not U.S. employees are in Israel. The total number of employees worldwide and the number of employees in the U.S. at the end of 2006, 2005 and 2004 were as follows:

Total Employees U.S. Employees
2006 8,030 1,357
2005 6,340 1,225
2004 5,782 1,150

        Employment Contracts. Most of our Israeli employees have individual employment contracts. However, by law some employees receive rights under a number of general collective bargaining agreements and under Israeli employment laws. See above – Item 4. Information on the Company – Conditions in Israel – Israeli Labor Laws. We believe our overall relationship with our employees is satisfactory.

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        Collective Bargaining Agreements, Approximately 530 of Elop’s employees are covered by a collective bargaining agreement extending through the end of 2007. Union collective bargaining agreements in effect through the end of 2007 apply to approximately 175 of Cyclone’s employees. Approximately 675 of Elisra’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through March 2008 and September 2012, respectively. As of the beginning of 2007 Elisra’s employees covered by the collective bargaining agreements announced a labor dispute with the support of the relevant trade union and have initiated various sanctions. As of the date of this Annual Report, negotiations with Elisra’s employees and trade union are ongoing. Tadiran Systems is currently under advanced negotiations towards reaching a new collective bargaining agreement to replace the collective bargaining agreements which ended during December 2006 which will continue in effect until a new agreement is reached and covering approximately 153 of Tadiran Systems’ employees. Approximately 95 of Tadiran Spectralink’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through October 2010. Approximately 430 Tadiran Communications employees at its Holon plant are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through July 2010, and approximately 100 Tadiran Communications employees at its Kiryat Shmona plant are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through August 2007. Approximately 160 of EFW’s employees in Fort Worth are subject to union collective bargaining agreements expiring in November 2008.

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This excerpt taken from the ESLT 20-F filed Jul 6, 2006.

Employees

        Number of Employees. Most of our employees are based in Israel, and we have a significant amount of employees in the United States. The total number of employees worldwide and the number of employees in the U.S. at the end of 2005, 2004 and 2003 were as follows:

Total Employees
U.S. Employees
2005 6,340    1,225 
2004 5,782    1,150 
2003 5,449    1,110 

        Employment Contracts. Most of our Israeli employees have individual employment contracts. However, by law some employees receive rights under a number of general collective bargaining agreements and under Israeli employment laws. See above – Item 4. Information on the Company – Conditions in Israel – Israeli Labor Laws. We believe our overall relationship with our employees is satisfactory.

        Collective Bargaining Agreements, Approximately 530 of Elop’s employees are covered by a collective bargaining agreement that extended through the end of 2004. Elop notified the union of its desire to conduct negotiations regarding the terms of the agreement, and the agreement continues in effect until a new agreement is reached. Union collective bargaining agreements in effect through December 2007 apply to approximately 175 of Cyclone’s employees. Approximately 690 of Elisra’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through August 2008 and September 2012, respectively. Approximately 155 of Tadiran Systems’ employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through December 2006, and approximately 95 of Tadiran Spectralink’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through October 2010. The Tadiran Systems agreement ending during 2006 will continue in effect until a new agreement is reached. Approximately 430 Tadiran Communications employees at its Holon plant are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through July 2010, and approximately 100 Tadiran Communications employees at its Kiryat Shmona plant are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through August 2007. Approximately 160 of EFW’s employees in Fort Worth are subject to union collective bargaining agreements expiring in November 2008.

This excerpt taken from the ESLT 20-F filed Jun 30, 2006.

Employees

        Number of Employees. Most of our employees are based in Israel, and we have a significant amount of employees in the United States. The total number of employees worldwide and the number of employees in the U.S. at the end of 2005, 2004 and 2003 were as follows:

Total Employees
U.S. Employees
2005 6,340    1,225 
2004 5,782    1,150 
2003 5,449    1,110 

        Employment Contracts. Most of our Israeli employees have individual employment contracts. However, by law some employees receive rights under a number of general collective bargaining agreements and under Israeli employment laws. See above – Item 4. Information on the Company – Conditions in Israel – Israeli Labor Laws. We believe our overall relationship with our employees is satisfactory.

        Collective Bargaining Agreements, Approximately 530 of Elop’s employees are covered by a collective bargaining agreement that extended through the end of 2004. Elop notified the union of its desire to conduct negotiations regarding the terms of the agreement, and the agreement continues in effect until a new agreement is reached. Union collective bargaining agreements in effect through December 2007 apply to approximately 175 of Cyclone’s employees. Approximately 690 of Elisra’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through August 2008 and September 2012, respectively. Approximately 155 of Tadiran Systems’ employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through December 2006, and approximately 95 of Tadiran Spectralink’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through October 2010. The Tadiran Systems agreement ending during 2006 will continue in effect until a new agreement is reached. Approximately 430 Tadiran Communications employees at its Holon plant are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through July 2010, and approximately 100 Tadiran Communications employees at its Kiryat Shmona plant are covered by collective bargaining agreements extending through August 2007. Approximately 160 of EFW’s employees in Fort Worth are subject to union collective bargaining agreements expiring in November 2008.

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