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Yaron Galai stepping down as Outbrain CEO after 17 years amid disappointing financial results
"Israel is losing the war on TikTok. Palestinians have been more active for many, many years"
"There are many, many opportunities in the energy sector, and every woman can contribute to it in her own way"
"We have seen a sharper decline in investments in tech in Israel compared to Europe and the US"
Hamilton Lane co-CEO: "Now is the best time to invest in Israel"
Lemonade's stock crashes on 2024 forecast despite topping estimates
Slice raises $7 million Seed round for AI-powered equity compliance platform
U.S. giant Workday acquiring HiredScore for hundreds of millions of dollars
Exodigo adds $105 million in new funding to modernize underground mapping
20 stories about Recruitment
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?
Joonko closes $10 million Series A led by Vertex Ventures Israel
The human resources recruiting startup aims to achieve diversity with its artificial intelligence-powered automated solution
“Looking for real partners to build the company, its product, and culture"
With the competition over talents in the tech industry growing, Calcalist’s Monday high-tech basketball event provided the right arena to hear how the participating teams are gearing for battle
What is "Employer Branding" really all about?
When the process is well thought and carried out in full cooperation with all the relevant stakeholders, management and employees alike, then this question is very much answerable, writes Leora Golomb
Chip giant Nvidia set to recruit 600 new employees in Israel
The company’s announcement is expected to further intensify the battle for local tech talent
People learn more about a workplace in the hallways than in interviews
During a year of working remotely, many companies were forced to improve their recruitment process through apps, video interviews, and built-in digital questionnaires, which have forever changed the way companies sort through candidates
Playtika launches specialized employee onboarding app
The user-friendly app helps candidates keep track of the different stages of their interviews, providing them with information ahead of each step in an interactive format
High demand for tech talent has put Israeli job seekers back in the driving seat
HR executives say the market today is similar to what it was prior to the pandemic, with applicants demanding high salaries and the ability to work from home
Israeli billboards shout: Looking for local high tech talent!
Rapyd launched a wide scale campaign on billboards across central Israel looking to recruit high tech talent. “People don’t realize how expensive it is to recruit employees,” says CEO
Battle over tech recruits gets explosive: company asks applicants to dismantle a bomb
Candidates must overcome a series of online and physical world challenges to be considered for job at a leading Israeli tech company
Don’t let SimilarWeb’s growth fool you, its startup vibe is alive and well
SimilarWeb’s CTO Ron Asher assures CTech it’s the same company it’s always been - albeit with a few more millions in the bank
Survey: Software developers, Israel’s most in-demand employees, seek stability over salaries
Company stability and the ability to work from home are foremost on software developers priorities when seeking a new position, and many are choosing to stay put
After Covid-19 “apocalypse”, popular tech job board reveals surge in open positions
Jonny Stark saw a collapse in job postings on anglo-favorite Secret Tel Aviv, but numbers steadily climbed and are now stronger than ever
“A resume is just a story people tell about themselves,” says founder of startup that aims to put actual skills to the test
Maya Huber, CEO and co-founder of Skillset, created a platform that helps locate suitable candidates by checking their capabilities against actual job positions
"The earliest employees’ contribution is very dramatic, so you want to make sure that the people who join you early are really, really good”
Talent acquisition expert Efrat Dagan offers Michael Matias her perspective on the changes that the human capital market has experienced over the last 20 years
Why I use the speed dating method to recruit employees
As a senior manager, I receive dozens of resumes from qualified candidates, but I’ve chosen a new method to analyze newcomers, testing whether they possess five key traits
Job market power shift exposes the Israeli tech scene’s rotten recruiting practices
Shaul Olmert laments the way employers are treating job applicants now that the tables have turned and demand outweighs supply
1,000 people solve a tech riddle for a chance to work for eBay in Israel
The tech giant posted a test on its homepage to help it recruit new developers, in one day 1,000 candidates competed for 20 open positions
Amid Covid-19, eToro is looking to hire 100 Israeli employees
The online trading platform has seen impressive growth during 2020, reaching 15 million users
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