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Foreign students at the Technion Photo: Technion Plan to import tech workers into Israel draws fierce criticism

Critics range from junior staff at tech companies and Israelis struggling to find work, to job placement agencies who even claim the plan's aim is to reduce salaries.

Foreign students at the Technion Photo: Technion Israel to bring foreign professionals to fill tech vacancies

The government will grant work permits to foreign tech students, import tech experts, and encourage Jewish tech professionals to immigrate.

Holon employment bureau Photo: Eyal Izhar Job vacancies in Israel hit record as joblessness rises

Job vacancies in Israel climbed to a new record of 137,000 in Israel in September but unemployment rose to 7.9%.

Kare Schultz Photo: PR 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.

High-tech office / Photo: Shutterstock, Shutterstock.com 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.

Just 20,000 people drive Israel's tech industry - study

Sparks Consulting Group finds that concerns about a brain drain of Israel's elite group of talented people are well founded.

In Israeli high tech, salary is not everything

As tech salaries spiral, human resources experts tell "Globes" that employees can be retained by factors not related to money.

Dollars Photo: Shutterstock Israel failing to collect billions on tech share options

Tech employees in Israel need only pay 25% capital gains tax on share options rather than the much higher income tax rate.

Call for Entries: Globes ranks Israel's best employers

Globes and international business data company Statista are seeking Israel's best companies, in the opinion of their employees and their rivals' employees.

Rapyd billboards Photo: Rapyd 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.

Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk / Photo: Yossi Zaliger PR Stop being politically correct, start working on coexistence

Businesses are not meant to assume the role of the state. However, on the day after they should step up and try to make a difference, says Microsoft Israel R&D CEO Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk.

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