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17% increase in ‘summer layoffs’

September 15th, 2019|

According to data provided by the Employment Services, the phenomenon is especially popular among preschool teachers, school teachers and nannies.

Birthright should pay its non-Israeli trip leaders

September 15th, 2019|

The Israeli staff are rightfully paid for their contributions to creating this once-in-a-lifetime Jewish experience. The trip facilitators, on the other hand, are not.

Middle East

Drone attack on Saudi oil facilities is major escalation

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Drone attack on Saudi oil facilities is major escalation

The full details of the most recent attack on September 14 were not available on Saturday morning and it was not clear where the drones had come from.

Russia prevents Israeli airstrikes in Syria

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Russia prevents Israeli airstrikes in Syria

Israeli sources called Netanyahu's quick Russian visit – to try and convince Putin to ignore Israel's attacks in Syria – "a failure."

The Palestinian economy is collapsing. Its future depends on Israel

September 13th, 2019|Comments Off on The Palestinian economy is collapsing. Its future depends on Israel

The minister of national economy is ambitious and as capable as can be, but when it comes to trade, industry and Palestinian Authority's revenues, he doesn't call the shots

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Russia and Turkey prepare to meet Iran in Ankara

September 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Russia and Turkey prepare to meet Iran in Ankara

They will be discussing Syria and, according to Russian media, the situation in northern Syria's Idlib province.

MLB Results

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on MLB Results

Simon Wiesenthal Center calls on Germany to ban Hezbollah amid terror pledge

September 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Simon Wiesenthal Center calls on Germany to ban Hezbollah amid terror pledge

Grenell wrote in a firey commentary last week in 'Die Welt' that there is no excuse for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s administration not to outlaw Hezbollah’s entire movement in Germany.

Facebook launches Tel Aviv ‘Playground’ to boost local innovation

August 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Facebook launches Tel Aviv ‘Playground’ to boost local innovation

"This country is not just deeply meaningful for me, but also for Facebook," said Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, who briefly lived in Israel as a young child.

Your Taxes: Court upholds tax amnesty stinger

August 1st, 2019|Comments Off on Your Taxes: Court upholds tax amnesty stinger

The case was a general class action alleging the ITA lacked authority to go back more than 10 years according to criminal rules in the Income Tax Ordinance.

Tel Aviv-based monday.com raises $150m. in latest funding round

July 30th, 2019|Comments Off on Tel Aviv-based monday.com raises $150m. in latest funding round

‘We intend to use this funding round to continue our growth, to build our sales force and perhaps open more offices in the US and Europe.’

Archaeologists find mass grave at Nazi camp in Czech Republic

September 11th, 2019|Comments Off on Archaeologists find mass grave at Nazi camp in Czech Republic

Remains of Romani adults and children dating back to 1943 were uncovered at the Lety concentration camp, the Museum of Romani Culture says

Neolithic Britons ate dairy 6,000 years ago, fossil tartar shows

September 11th, 2019|Comments Off on Neolithic Britons ate dairy 6,000 years ago, fossil tartar shows

The earliest-ever direct evidence of milk consumption has been found, in Britain – though whether the Neolithic farmers could actually digest the dairy or were stoic about the results of eating it is not clear

WeWork considering curbing Neumann’s voting power to save IPO

September 12th, 2019|Comments Off on WeWork considering curbing Neumann’s voting power to save IPO

Revising Neumann's supervoting rights, which give him 20 times the voting power of ordinary shareholders, was among the changes being discussed.

Has NSO changed its approach to human rights? – analysis

September 11th, 2019|Comments Off on Has NSO changed its approach to human rights? – analysis

Amnesty has accused NSO of potentially illegal involvement in aiding oppressive governments in tracking or harassing human rights activists and journalists, NSO has rejected all of the charges.

German tech giant SAP launches Tel Aviv start-up accelerator

September 10th, 2019|Comments Off on German tech giant SAP launches Tel Aviv start-up accelerator

"The objective is to build an open ecosystem of start-up innovation around SAP’s solutions..." says Alexa Gorman head of SAP.iO Foundries EMEA

Cyber spying firm NSO to follow human rights guidelines

September 10th, 2019|Comments Off on Cyber spying firm NSO to follow human rights guidelines

NSO said it would from now on systematically apply procedures to identify risks that its technology could harm human rights, and then prevent or mitigate them.

Ancient tablets may reveal what destroyed Minoan civilization

September 8th, 2019|Comments Off on Ancient tablets may reveal what destroyed Minoan civilization

The Minoans and their capital Knossos weren’t incinerated by volcanic blast from Thera or flattened by quake as thought, but tellingly: their writing system changed.

WeWork owners to add first woman to board

September 4th, 2019|Comments Off on WeWork owners to add first woman to board

The We Company had originally planned to go public with an all-male seven-member board, a practice major investors frown upon, saying more diverse boards make better decisions.

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17% increase in ‘summer layoffs’

By | September 15th, 2019|Categories: Israel|

According to data provided by the Employment Services, the phenomenon is especially popular among preschool teachers, school teachers and nannies.

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