New tender says it is intended for both men and women – but requires applicants to already work for the rabbinical court, effectively disqualifying female candidates.04:02 09.02.16 | 0 comments
Why is it that Israel finds it so difficult to find local people to fill these jobs? This doesn't seem to be a problem in many much wealthier Western countries. Are there really not enough unemployed Israelis, new immigrants and others available to work in these positions. Is it really so terrible being a pool attendant, bar tender, housekeeper or a cleaner in a 5-Star resort that there are no Israelis willing to do the job? If the government would insist that these people must be paid at least the minimum wage, I'm sure that many Israelis would be happy to fill these jobs.