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For the past month we’ve been constantly inundated with banner headlines in the media regarding layoffs, cutbacks, slowdowns, recession and crisis. But there’s also good news, and here at Jobnet we’ve decided to make it known right now in order to balance the economic and general panic. The following survey presents you with optimistic quotes by employers and we hope the stream of good news increases. For our part, we’re giving this news a broad platform.
Tomer Margolios, human resources manager at the Jerusalem Post:
“As a company in operation for 75 years and which employs hundreds of workers, at the Jerusalem Post we’ve decided that now is the ideal time to increase our recruitment rather than downsize it. We’re reaching out to quality candidates in search of a young and pleasant working environment and who want to take part, advance and make a living in the world of communications and media. There’s a wide range of positions we’d like to man at our centers in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem – phone sales representatives and customer service representatives, as well as candidates for administrative work, for morning, evening and night shifts".
In conclusion, and on a personal note, “I was always taught: Whenever it’s rainy and stormy outside remember eventually the sun comes out. Be optimistic".
Tomer Margolios: “Now is the ideal time to increase our recruitment
rather than downsize it".
Efi Gitait, vice president of information systems and outsourcing services at Sysnet (a software company with a staff of 150 employees):
“We have a sense that the volume of resumes we’ve been receiving lately has grown substantially and that there’s been a noticeable improvement in the quality of jobseekers, which boosts our response to the demands of the customers and the projects we’re managing, and allows us to send better suited and higher caliber candidates in a shorter period of time".
Efi Gitait: “There’s been a noticeable improvement
in the quality of jobseekers".
Tomer Vikinsky, recruitment department manager at Log-On:
“Despite the slowdown in the market, we’re happy to say so far there has been no significant slowdown in our operations. I attribute this to Log-On’s cooperation with strong organizations in the market and to the increase in outsourcing operations with leading customers. Log-On operates in several sectors, combining three main areas of enterprise – development, projects and consulting. During normal times, and certainly under the current circumstances, this combination creates a range of employment options and allows flexibility and mobility among projects, sectors and customers. For instance, at present we are urgently seeking eight senior .Net programmers with knowledge and proven experience from the world of testing or developing testing tools, to join the company’s development teams in the Northern and the Central Regions. We also urgently need senior development personnel in a range of technologies as well as information security support personnel, testers, MF programmers and systems analysts available immediately".
And on a personal note, “We’ve found that the market is creating plenty of new opportunities and, using creative work methods, allows them to be fully realized. Therefore I call on all of those job candidates who might be suitable for our various positions to send us their resumes right away and join a range of attractive projects and new development teams being set up right now. Good luck!”
Tomer Vikinsky: “The market is creating plenty of
Yossi Aruasti, vice president of Shiluv – World of Advanced Employment, suggests employers streamline during this period: “Employers have to think about ways to streamline at the company. At Shiluv we’ve set up, together with the employees, a savings committee, and it starts with savings on paper and electricity, turning off computers at the end of the day and having the worker undertake more tasks. There are a lot of things to save money on, thereby reducing dismissals".
Yossi Aruasti. “There are a lot of things to save money on,
thereby reducing dismissals".