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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

United Arab Emirates celebrates Emirati Women’s Day

Women make up 66% of the workforce, and more women than men are working in the health, education and banking sectors.

By HUDHAIFA EBRAHIM/THE MEDIA LINE
29/08/2022

What is quiet quitting and why are employees doing it? - explainer

Quiet quitting, which has gained popularity through TikTok, is essentially about not letting your work overreach into your daily life and not doing more work than one is required.

19/08/2022
  A man types on a computer

Why pushing yourself to think hard makes you tired - study

New research shows that when vigorous cognitive work is prolonged, it causes potentially toxic byproducts in the brain, leading to fatigue. In other words, feeling tired really is all in your head.

Depressed person broods in tunnel

Is this fair? Employee of 7 years fired after coming late for first time

A veteran employee at a large company came 20 minutes late and was consequently fired.

By MAARIV ONLINE
11/08/2022

Four lessons in leadership from Ofra Strauss

Ofra Strauss, chairperson of the Strauss Group gives her four tips for succeeding in business and growing as a person.

Ukrainian refugees want to work - opinion

The refugees who escaped Ukraine want to work in the countries they are taking refuge in, but many of them are having a hard time.

By KAREN KIRSTEN
17/07/2022

Trans workers among most-discriminated populations in Israeli business

Surveyor LGBTech’s founder: “We have very little trans community in the tech industry.”

Two M&Ms factory workers rescued after falling into chocolate tank

They were transferred to a nearby hospital • it is not known how they got into the tank

ULTRA-ORTHODOX WOMEN work at Malam Group IT’s offices in Betar Illit.

Female rabbinic leaders will receive recognition and budgeting from the state

According to a "call for proposals" published this week by the Religious Services Ministry, it will budget 21 communities in Israel for participation in employing a Meshivat Halacha.

02/06/2022
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