Intel Israel best place to work, says local survey

Israel Electric Corporation, Teva Pharmaceuticals, HP Israel and Microsoft Israel trail Intel Israel, who leads annual survey for 5th straight year.

By JOHN BENZAQUEN
May 9, 2012 11:54
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Intel 311. (photo credit: Intel Israel)

 
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Intel Israel is the preferred place of work in Israel, according to an annual survey by BDI-Coface and The Marker.

The survey was based on interviews with 2,000 employees throughout the country. The main criteria for the respondents were levels of pay and job security.

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Intel Israel was No. 1 for the fifth year in a row. It was followed by Israel Electric Corporation, Teva Pharmaceuticals, HP Israel, Microsoft Israel, Bank Hapoalim, Google Israel, Bank Leumi, Amdocs and the Strauss Group.

The four companies based outside Israel in the top 10 – Intel, HP, Microsoft and Google – pay relatively large salaries and their size and balance sheets ensure a high degree of job security.

Among the Israeli companies, Israel Electric offers job security and high salaries. Teva, Amdocs and Strauss are not known for high salaries, but they are large, local multinational company that have a high degree of job security. Bank Leumi and Bank Hapoalim are also not known for high salaries, but potential employees can hope to become high-ranking executives with very high salaries.

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