Netanyahu: Give incentives to those who employ reservists

May 2, 2010 11:41


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu formed a committee on Sunday, in order to employ more reserve officers in the public sector.

After a cabinet meeting in which the National Day of Recognition of Reservists was discussed, Netanyahu appointed Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman to head a committee that will present options for rewarding those who employ reservists with in 60 days.

The committee should find ways to "provide incentives and commit the private sector [to hiring reservists] as well, so they will also prefer those who bear the load of reserve duties, in order to ensure our security," the prime minister said.

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