jobs in israel

Bank Leumi

Wanted: Chairman of the board for Bank Leumi, Discount

Surprisingly, the meeting of the shareholders in Bank Mizrahi Tefahot extended Moshe Vidman's term as chair of the bank for another year.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
02/01/2023

We need to help olim from post-Soviet countries - opinion

While Israel claims that new immigrants are desired and encourage aliyah, for many people emigration turns into severe mental health problems.

By Veronica Neifakh
21/12/2022

Layoffs aplenty: How do you avoid losing your job?

The Israeli economy is at the beginning of a widespread wave of layoffs. How do you avoid the naughty list this year? Here are some tips from experts. 

By Zeli Greenberg/Walla!
18/12/2022
A CYBER hotline facility, part of Israel’s hi-tech innovative sector

What are two main goals for increasing human capital in Israeli hi-tech?

Committee for increasing human capital in hi-tech publishes final conclusions, outlining the way to expand proportion of people employed in hi-tech

By Lior Novik/Maariv
18/12/2022

900 employees at risk of layoff from Pratt and Whitney Israeli subsidiary

The factory in Nahariya will be closed in 2025 and the company said that it was being done due to financial considerations, following ongoing losses of the factory.

'The Galilee and the Negev are the right answers,' - Dr. Esther Luzzatto

Dr. Esther Luzzatto estimated that the move to the Negev would result in an investment of NIS 60 billion in the development and create 50,000 jobs.

By LIOR NOVIK
25/10/2022

Labor report: Israelis are working too much at the expense of free time

According to a survey of over 3,000 workers throughout the country, 43% of Israelis work at the expense of their own free time.

Aliyah can change a lot about you, even your profession - opinion

Making aliyah brought with it a fresh start, which included a career change. But this is what many of us here have come to expect.

As employment rates rise, Israeli economists sound note of cautious optimism

Latest figures show August employment rate is the country’s highest in four years, but fears of a global recession remain.

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
21/09/2022

Workplace surveillance is a mixed bag - opinion

From the time of the Industrial Revolution, employers have been distrustful of employees and have repeatedly found it necessary to implement systems devoted to monitoring and surveillance.

By BARRY NEWMAN
01/09/2022
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