Teva to lay off 200 in Israel
Teva has reached understandings at its Kfar Saba plant, in which 198 employees will be laid off, or will take early retirement by the end of 2021.
Look before you leave
Some Israeli tech companies hire and train inexperienced tech workers and then demand large payments, if they leave within a few years.
Tel Aviv's battle of the billboards
With a chronic shortage of talented employees, Israel's tech companies are investing in billboard ads to help fill their rapidly growing number of job vacancies.