NDS fires 100 Jerusalem employees

NDS specializes in digital-television services and employs a large percentage of English-speaking immigrants.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 2, 2008 11:23

 
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NDS, which specializes in digital-television services and employs a large percentage of English-speaking immigrants, on Sunday fired some 100 of 1,100 employees from its offices in Jerusalem's Har Hotzvim office complex. The move followed an announcement a few months ago that it would not be hiring new employees as a result of cutbacks. Also Sunday, Motorola Israel decided to layoff some 50 employees, due to the economic climate affecting the Motorola company worldwide.

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