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At Jobnet the Good News project continues. Though we’re constantly inundated with banner headlines in the media regarding layoffs, cutbacks, slowdowns, recession and crisis, 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 continues to bring you optimistic quotes by employers, and a notable piece of good news: To improve service in a big way, HOT is recruiting 500 workers to expand its customer service.


HOT
Meirav Ben Yakar, Recruitment Manager, HOT:

“Here at HOT we’re increasing our service staff by recruiting 500 workers. HOT wants to refine and improve its customer service and therefore our goal is to bring more people into the department, which is one of the most important segments of the company. The new recruits must be service professionals: service- and task-oriented people who are undaunted by a challenge and like a dynamic but stable work environment. We’re also continuing to hire for all other positions: information systems and engineering, marketing and contents and much more".

And on a personal note: “During a period of recession when the employment roller coaster is rocking, the strength of large, stable companies comes to the fore. I enjoy roaming around the company and seeing smiling faces on employees, both veterans and newcomers. At a time when other places are worrying over the present, our recruitment department is able to take a look ahead and plan for the future". 



Meirav Ben Yakar. “Our recruitment department is
 able to take a look ahead and plan for the future".



Gav Systems
Etty Kramer-Solomon, Vice President of Human Resources, Gav Systems

“Even during these crazy times we’re recruiting employees for projects we’ve secured among both longstanding and new clients. The unique solutions we provide our clients increase the demand to place our employees at large organizations. At this stage we have no intention of dismissing employees and we’re planning to substantially increase our payrolls in the coming year.
We’re currently recruiting workers primarily from the world of testing, system and development, in addition to candidates who lack professional experience but have a strong aptitude for self-instruction and some sort of technical background from their coursework or army service. We provide work for college grads and discharged soldiers in the field of testing, providing them professional training at our company. We’ve already put several generations of software testers on their feet.
As a company in operation for 20 years, we’re very familiar with the high-tech market, which has its ups and downs, and as experienced professionals we know we have to get through this period as best we can and continue believing in our ability to succeed, even during such times".

 


Etty Kramer-Solomon. “At this stage we have no intention of
 dismissing employees and we’re planning to substantially
 increase our payrolls in the coming year".



Omnisys
Opher Yarden, CEO, Omnisys

“As a leading systems and software company operating for ten years, we’re still growing and would like to bring into our ranks high-caliber professionals both for our systems division and our software division. During the past two years we’ve doubled company earnings and the staff has grown at a similar rate.
The year 2009 looks like it’s not going to be easy for the world economy and the Israeli market tied to it, yet the current dynamic at Omnisys points toward continuing growth. Despite the tremors all around, we’re receiving a lot of requests to increase our operations, both from our clients in the civilian sector and our clients in the security sector. Therefore, in relation to Omnisys I’m optimistic and anticipate continued growth in the coming year".



Opher Yarden. “The current dynamic at Omnisys
 points toward continuing growth".



Ex Libris
Or-Li Sadeh, Coordinator of Human Resources and Administration, Ex Libris

“Despite the difficult state of the economy, at Ex Libris we’re continuing with our recruitment process.
In the near future we even plan to hold a company event aimed at raising and maintaining our employees’ morale in light of the situation. Ex Libris is a longstanding company that unites veteran and young workers and invests in them extensively. Ex Libris has over 5,000 customers in Israel and around the world and we’re working hard to expand our Support Department. To achieve this we’re about to open a new course at the end of which we’ll be hiring some ten new employees for the job of support analyst. We’re also offering other positions in our company’s various departments".

 


Ex Libris analysts at the company offices. “In the near future we even plan to hold
 a company event aimed at raising and maintaining our employees’ morale".


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