Job fair for Tnuva workers

The Manufacturers Association of Israel will hold a job fair today to help the 150 employees of the soon-to-be-closed Jerusalem Tnuva plant find new jobs once the factory shuts its doors.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 23, 2007 08:14

 
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The Manufacturers Association of Israel will hold a job fair today to help the 150 employees of the soon-to-be-closed Jerusalem Tnuva plant find new jobs once the factory shuts its doors. Slated to attend the job-fair are some of the country's largest manufacturers, including Angel's and Berman's Bakery, Soda Club, AVX, Dead Sea Works and Efrat Wineries. The Tnuva factory has operated in Jerusalem's Romema neighborhood for more than 80 years.

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