9 stories about Shortage
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Israel's missed opportunity to recruit Ukrainian and Russian tech employees

22.05.22|Sophie Shulman
While the Israeli government is busy debating whether or not to grant Russian and Ukrainian tech workers work visas, they have already been granted entry by Turkey and Poland who are beating Israel in solving the tech worker shortage
עמית רפפורט מנכ"לית קומפיט

Compete is helping companies win the battle over talent

28.02.22|Yafit Ovadia
The husband-and-wife founders are rethinking human resources recruitment practices by streaming their insight-laden platform to tech companies, helping them gain a competitive edge in the job market
נשים יזמיות אישה יזמית נשים עסקים קטנים

Female representation in Israeli tech drops to lowest rate in a decade

06.02.22|Shahar Ilan
The number of people employed in high tech in Israel has leapt over the past two years by 50,000, but only 13% of all new recruits are women. The result? The percentage of women in the sector has dropped to a low of 33.6% at the end of 2021, increasing the gender pay gap
אלה אבנון כנס עתיד הבריאות

KPMG survey finds employee shortage isn’t prime concern in tech market

17.01.22|Maayan Manela
According to the accounting firm, the greatest challenge for Israeli tech companies at the growth stage is expanding overseas and then raising capital
פורום היוניקורנס חן עמית מנכל ומייסד משותף Tipalti

“Bringing in people from peripheral communities will help close socioeconomic gaps”

13.12.21|Tomer Hadar
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”
פיטורי עובד מפוטר התפטרות מפוטר פיטורין פיטורים

Boomerang employees trend sweeps tech job market

03.12.21|Maayan Manela
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
מיכל ברוורמן בלומנשטיק מנכ"לית מיקרוסופט ישראל מחקר ופיתוח

Microsoft Israel GM: Time to bring back Israeli high tech expats

02.11.21|Tomer Hadar
Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk, the GM of Microsoft Israel’s R&D Center said during Calcalist’s Tech TLV conference that the company plans to hire an additional 2,500 workers over the coming years, including ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs
אורית פרקש הכהן שרת החדשנות המדע והטכנולוגיה

Importing tech employees is not the answer

18.08.21|Hagar Ravet and Meir Orbach
Over the past three years, 1,000 high tech workers arrived in Israel from abroad with most working at Intel or Teva Pharmaceuticals, but experts don’t think that will solve the manpower shortage