Industry gets NIS 400 holiday gifts

A survey conducted by the Manufacturers Association of Israel found that industry employees generally will be given their gifts this week, 10 days before Rosh Hashana.

By SHARON WROBEL
September 4, 2007 08:19

 
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Employees in industrial companies will receiving gifts for the High Holidays worth NIS 400, on average, an increase of 5 percent compared with last year. A survey conducted by the Manufacturers Association of Israel found that industry employees generally will be given their gifts this week, 10 days before Rosh Hashana. About 69% of the factories will give out gift vouchers to their employees, about 6% of employees will receive a check or cash and 31% will receive products such as wine, honey or household goods.

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