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Haredim in high-tech credit: Yossi Zamir Gov't cuts programs to promote inclusivity in Israel's tech industry

Two programs cut by the Ministry of Economy and Industry include subsidizing the cost of wages for haredi, Arab and Druze employees in businesses in Israel amounting to NIS 43 million.

Average wage in Israel credit: Shutterstock Rita Kapitulski Average wage in Israel remains high

Initial estimates for May 2024 show that the average wage rose by 7.8% compared with May 2023, to NIS 12,891.

Zeev Farbman credit: Eyal Marilus Lightricks to focus on AI and lay off 70 employees

The Jerusalem-based company is changing its business focus to generative AI at the expense of some of its app operations.

Tal Jacobson credit: Ohad Dayan Perion lays off 6% of workforce

The Israeli digital ad company is dismissing 35 employees, most of them in Israel.

Ilana Kwartin credit: Lifaz Bar El Initiative helps young October 7 survivors rejoin workforce

Rishpon Healing Space and Youth of Light have built a job training program in a supporting environment to rehabilitate the survivors of October 7. After the successful pilot project an expanded program will begin next month.

Rapyd credit: Rapyd Rapyd to lay off 30 and replace them overseas

Those being dismissed in Israewl will be replaced by teams in Eastern Europe, South Africa, and elsewhere where labor is cheaper.

Moovit CEO Nir Bezalel credit: Moovit Moovit laying off 10% of workforce

Moovit said it is making the necessary adjustments in favor of concentrating on the company's core business and accelerating the transition to profitability.

Average wage in Israel credit: Shutterstock Rita Kapitulski Average wage in Israel fell in April

Initial figures for April 2024 show that the average monthly wage was NIS 13,270, down 6% from NIS 14,079 in March 2024, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Shufersal branch credit: Shutterstock Shufersal to lay off 150

Shufersal said, "As part of the process of examining the needs of the company, it was decided to implement resource adjustments in the workforce situation."

Average wage in Israel credit: Shutterstock Rita Kapitulski Average monthly wage in Israel exceeds NIS 14,000

Initial figures for March 2024 show that the average monthly wage was NIS 14,108, up 3.5% from March 2023, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Israel construction site credit: Shutterstock 8,000 Palestinians furtively employed in Israeli construction

A senior source in Israel's construction industry insists that about 8,000 Palestinian workers from Judea and Samaria have recently been given permits to work in Israel with 8,000 more expected to enter soon.

Average wage in Israel credit: Shutterstock Rita Kapitulski Average wage in Israel jumps again

Initial figures for February 2024 show that the average monthly wage was NIS 13,297, up 10.7% from February 2023.

Cybereason offices credit: Micah Lubaton Cybereason to lay off dozens of senior employees

The Israeli-founded cybersecurity unicorn, now controlled by SoftBank, is mired in a crisis that has plagued the company over the past two years.

Mobileye founder and CEO Amnon Shashua   credit: Mobileye Mobileye to close aftermarket unit, lay off 130

The Israeli company has decided to wind down the unit, which provides retrofitted advanced driver assistance technology.

Verbit CEO Yair Amsterdam credit: Verbit Verbit laying off dozens of employees

The captioning and transcription solutions company has 500 employees including 120 in Israel.

Matan Bar credit: Dana Tamari Melio lays off 40 employees in Israel

This is the fintech company's second round of layoffs since 2022 when 10% of 600 employees were dismissed.

Wolt credit: Shutterstock Israel's Wolt couriers await court ruling on job status

Israel's National Labor Court is set to rule on whether the country's Wolt couriers are employees or self-employed.

Nielsen credit: Shutterstock JHVEPhoto Nielsen to close Israel development center

The US information, data and market measurement firm plans transferring its development operations to India, "Globes" has learned.

Holon employment bureau credit: Eyal Izhar Higher unemployment but less people on unpaid leave

The number of unemployed in Israel rose by 11,000 in January 2024 to 3.4% from 3.1% in December 2023, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Teva's R&D labs in Netanya  credit: Teva PR Teva enlarges workforce for first time since 2016

The Israeli pharmaceutical company had 36,472 employees at the end of 2023, up 3.8% from 2022, as it returned to growth.

Average wage in Israel credit: Shutterstock Rita Kapitulski Average wage in Israel hits new record

The average monthly wage in Israel in November 2023, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports, rose 9.5% compared with November 2022.

Chemi Katz and Ohad Greenshpan Photo: Efrat Saar Namogoo fires half of employees in transition to AI

The Israeli company plans to develop advanced AI technology than can assess the intentions of Internet users on shopping websites.

Tech jobs credit: Shutterstock Tech salaries in Israel rose in 2023

Despite the war, political rift and high interest rates, Ethosia recruitment agency found salaries rose in 2023. But the experts are still concerned.

Ghost jobs illustration: Tali Bogdanovsky Ghost job ads broadcast business as usual in Israeli tech

There is a growing feeling that tech companies are advertising fake jobs to give investors the impression that the company is growing.

Minimum wage credit: Shutterstock Minimum monthly wage to rise in April

The minimum wage will rise from NIS 5,572 to NIS 5,880 despite opposition from business organizations.

HP Indigo laying off dozens of employees in Israel

The digital printing company is laying off 2% of its employees in Ness Ziona and Kiryat Gat.

Zvi Lando  credit: Eyal Izhar SolarEdge to lay off 900 employees

The layoffs include 550 in Israel with most of the dismissals at the company's headquarters in Herzliya.

Google Haifa offices credit: Shutterstock Google Israel set to begin layoffs

The layoffs will include senior executives, sources close to the company have told "Globes."

Google Haifa offices credit: Shutterstock Google layoffs expected in Tel Aviv and Haifa

Job cuts are expected in the Waze-Google maps and google search divisions in Israel, a source close to the matter has told "Globes."

Plarium credit: Shutterstock Video gaming co Plarium lays off 45

The Israeli company is making the cuts due to the cancellation of the development of Nova Legends, which did not achieve its targets.

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