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20 stories about Recruitment
Following halt due to war, Israeli high-tech companies resume recruitment
High-tech companies that have resumed recruiting tell of a slower, more flexible, and sensitive process and the desire of candidates to be interviewed for jobs and return to a certain work routine. In the defense industries, the need for software, hardware, and automation development personnel is only increasing.
Distant connections, ChatGPT, and emotional branding: Update your tools to find a job
In our ever-changing technology-driven world, creativity and flexibility are vital in any job search process. Calcalist unlocks how you can land the job you want in this tough market
When AI decides who to hire
As AI tools like ChatGPT have been integrated in recruitment processes, concerns have risen over biases in decision-making and privacy of personal data
Ghost-busters: Has the tech crisis killed ghosting?
Ghosting became a phenomenon during the high-tech bubble. Employees announced at the last second that they will not show up for work after signing a contract, while employers disappeared at very advanced stages of recruitment. Will this trend survive the crisis?
High-tech’s new world order: Salaries falling, requirements rising, and nobody’s in a hurry to leave
The uncertainty, the layoffs, and the decrease in investments in high-tech have led to changes in the recruitment of employees. HR managers at companies that collectively employ thousands of workers in Israel tell Calcalist: This is how the recruitment processes have changed following the new reality
Hiring on hold: From ghost jobs to fake LinkedIn profiles, the high-tech employment crisis is worsening
If in 2021 the market belonged to the employees, who essentially were the ones interviewing the companies, and in 2022 the situation was unclear, then in 2023 it is a market that completely belongs to employers who carefully choose the employee they will hire
myInterview raises $11 million in Series A to help employers attract Gen Z talent
The news comes at the same time the company announces the appointment of Amalia Bercot as co-CEO
"A panic sale of high-tech companies will begin in the second half of 2023"
The big question of 2023 is what will win out - the need to make investments or fear?
What are ghost jobs and why do they hurt employers?
In times of uncertainty, layoffs, and hiring freezes, the phenomenon of "ghost jobs" - advertised jobs that don't exist - have become more commonplace. What’s a frustrated job-seeker to do?
Would you take a lie detector test for your next job?
Valid.it has developed a “reliability test” for employers seeking to analyze the honesty of potential recruits
Apple setting up new R&D center in Jerusalem
The tech behemoth will be opening its third such center in Israel, with the Jerusalem site seeking engineers for the development of Apple’s M1 processors used in Mac desktops and notebooks
“We are in a huge and tremendous moment in the recruitment industry”
Yotam Tzuker, Co-Founder and CEO at Team.me, joined CTech at FINTech 2022 to discuss the digitalization of the job search
NVIDIA to recruit hundreds of employees in Israel for new CPU division
The new division will hire local engineers and developers from different hardware and software fields
Scaling up sanely in a world of hiring madness
"We are in a time that demands questioning, a cold and deep inspection of the “lay of the land” and a constant improvement of the skills of our recruitment teams and other HR personnel," writes Gal Shor of Lightrun
“Bringing in people from peripheral communities will help close socioeconomic gaps”
So said Chen Amit, co-founder and CEO of Tipalti during Calcalist and Discount Tech’s Unicorn Forum in Tel Aviv. The fintech company is looking to recruit those with minimal representation in the high tech industry whether ultra-Orthodox, women, or Arabs. “It will help us in the long run”
Boomerang employees trend sweeps tech job market
The pandemic brought the Great Resignation wave, but also sparked a growing trend in which employees left a workplace, only to return once better terms and conditions were offered
Hunting season: The escalating tech recruitment war
Huge billboards, parties, massive bonuses, viral videos, and vacations. The battle for tech talent has reached “madness” levels but is it all necessary or are there egos at play?
Tech leaders calling for combat soldiers to join their ranks
With a growing manpower shortage, many in the tech ecosystem seek solutions outside traditional recruitment hubs
Looking for a job in tech? Welcome to the jungle
Employers that cancel interviews at the last minute, ask personal questions, or give candidates impossible tasks to complete - even when it is an employees market, the path to getting a job in tech is far from from simple
Filling the Israeli tech talent pool
Tech recruitment has become a nationwide concern, so how do the heads of Wix, Fiverr, and other top companies face the challenge?
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