About 15,000 accountants, members of the bureau, received a letter signed last night by the bureau’s president, CPA Iris Stark, about the denial of honorary presidential title from CPA Ofer Manirav by the bureau’s central committee. It should be noted that this decision is a precedent in the history of the bureau, which has existed for almost 90 years.
The letter states that CPA Manirav, who received the title of honorary president in May 2019 after previously serving as president of the bureau, has in recent years filed dozens of lawsuits against the bureau, its officials and institutions. Among the arguments written by Stark: The number of lawsuits and their nature also indicate that for years an accountant from Nirav does not accept the democratic processes in the bureau’s institutions, and chooses to take legal action, when he casts, without any basis. , Defects in doers in the craft.
“At the beginning of my presidency in the bureau, CPA Manirv decided to delete all the aforesaid proceedings he had initiated until then in the court. In the last six months, however, Manirav has returned to action by filing lawsuits against the bureau and its institutions. Recently, at the height of the Corona crisis, these actions have continued. “As in the past, these lawsuits continue to cause the bureau financial and image damage, and undermine the bureau’s management capabilities, something that could no longer be accepted, in general and especially from someone who holds the high title of honorary president,” it was written.
After about 25 years of management, Itzik Hamo, CEO of Pemi Premium – a digital medical services and project management company, announced his intention to retire to focus on volunteer social work. Molcho Filiba.
Five years ago, his father-in-law informed the company’s chairman, owner and founder, Roni Davidoff, that when he reaches the age of 50, he will retire to “do good to others”, and this was also made clear to the managers of the British G Square fund that recently acquired 50% of the company. Businesses to make our world better, admittedly did not surprise us, and still parting is difficult. He is an excellent manager and a real leader, “Davidoff noted.
Yitzhak Tikotsky, CEO of a career company, met with David Lefler, CEO of the Ministry of Economy, to discuss the promotion of ultra-Orthodox employment. Tikotsky presented Lefler with the results of recent surveys conducted by him among the ultra-Orthodox public, which showed a willingness to introduce adapted technology for work from home, a desire to acquire knowledge and professional training, and pessimism among job seekers among this public.
At the Israeli start-up company Lusha, which develops data products, they changed the logo and made it a little less “feminine” than the previous one, by blurring the prominent feminine features in the original logo. In addition, the company has established a gender balance of at least 50% of women in management, in light of a blatant minority of women in senior positions in Israeli high-tech.
Chen Gutter, VP of marketing at Lusha, who promotes the issue of gender balance in the company: “Lusha’s character has been a ticklish assistant who provides you with data from the beginning. When we talked to clients we discovered that they attribute to her their success in closing deals worth millions. In thinking about rebranding we have removed the gender markings and made her a senior and intelligent manager, who serves as the face of the company all over the world. Out of six senior management members, there are three women: “VP of Product, VP of Marketing and VP of Human Resources.”
The Public Village, Youth and Boarding Schools Forum raised about half a million shekels for the project: “One Computer Changes the World,” purchased and provided hundreds of new laptops and tablets to boarding school students. The Ted Arison Family Foundation donated NIS 400,000 to the project, and the Aloni Hetz group donated NIS 18,000. In recent days, the forum, founded by Israel Prize winner Avi Naor, has provided computers and tablets to children throughout the country.
In addition, as part of a joint international community project of the consumer company 3M and the international social organization United Way, represented in Israel by the Community Investors’ Organization, 175 computer kits were provided in eight localities in the country to families with children who do not have a computer at home.
Phillips Global has appointed Israeli Jenny Greenpress as vice president and director of the supply chain for medical systems. Greenpress joined Philips about 14 years ago, while still a student.
At the Israeli (online) final event of the She Loves Tech Israel 2020 competition, first place went to entrepreneur Hila Freiman-Karib’s Safer Place project, which develops and provides advanced video-based means for enforcing traffic offenses and improving road safety. Freiman-Krib will represent Israel in the international competition for female entrepreneurship in the high-tech field, She Loves Tech, which will take place next month in China with the participation of dozens of projects from 30 countries. The competition is represented in Israel by the “Entrepreneurship” organization founded by the entrepreneur Hila Obil Brenner. The ten projects that reached the finals of the competition in Israel were selected by judges.
Yona Bartel, director of the Friends of the Peres Center for Peace, and Hila Knister Bar-David, director of the “Your” Consumer Club, began collaborating and will hold online workshops for students throughout the week, in order to instill values of tolerance, innovation and peace, according to heritage Of the former president, the late Shimon Peres, who this week marked four years since his death. The cost will be five shekels per participant.
Natalie Levy-Selma signed a memorandum of understanding with the Blue Horizon company in Dubai, and the company she heads will provide kosher catering for hotels, restaurants and events in the country. Selma-Levi is the owner and CEO of the company and the head chef is Oren Goldfeld, a former Israeli who helped build the new kitchen. Levi-Selma’s catering, which lives in London, also supplies the King David Hotel in Jerusalem and El Al, among others.
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