Just before we take a breath and return to some corona routine, the futurist Prof. David Pasig provides a forecast for the future. And she how to say? Not soothing. Last week, Prof. Pasig provided his angle regarding our conduct at a zoom event (of course) held by the Friends of Bar Ilan University Association. “We expect five to six eruption waves and the role of the government will be to spread the distance between waves to stabilize. “The economy and the masses will be refreshed,” he ruled. -tree.
Pasig further claimed that there is a surplus of experts currently working in the field in front of the public and therefore “because of the excess of democratization that characterizes the current community every person is already presenting himself as an expert and creating greater confusion.” Pasig examined what can be learned from the past and what are the plausible scenarios for the future, weighing biological, economic, psychological and geopolitical variables.
Thus, for example, he did not calm the spirits much, when he said that we were at the beginning of the crisis and not in the end. “This is a mega-crisis,” Pasig recalled, “so it is important to understand that we are in a global war that, to the best of my knowledge, has not had an epidemic of this magnitude that within a few months has spread across the globe.”
Regarding the vaccine, Pasig warned and mentioned that: “It usually takes between 5 and 10 years to develop a safe vaccine … Accelerating processes creates a circle of corners and science will be inaccurate and side effects will be different from what we are told now.” “The next decade is the lost decade of the 21st century, where many dangers will intensify – including violent conflicts between countries in our region and between powers,” he said.
Watch the safe distance beyond the computer screen: Prof. Aryeh Tzaban, President of the University and members of the association, including CPA Shlomo Zohar, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; Eli Yunes, former CEO of Bank Mizrahi Tefahot; Eli Buch, director of the Caesarea Rothschild Fund; industrialist Gad Proper; Galia Maor, former CEO of Bank Leumi; Hanan Friedman, CEO of Bank Leumi; Orit Benvenisti, CEO of Tavor; Eric Carasso, one of the owners of the Carasso Group; And more.
Finally, let’s sip a drop of optimism. According to Pasig, “During the 1930s and 1940s, the human race will improve much of its organizations – global and local, thus improving economic, social and international paradigms. In the end “Human society emerges, as has always been the case, strengthened by crises of this kind, even if in the short term there is a collapse of various systems, and perhaps precisely because there is a collapse of systems with built-in failures.”
The shareholders of the Phoenix Insurance and Finance Group have approved the terms of employment of the CEO Eyal Ben Simon, With a maximum annual cost of NIS 3.5 million. In Phoenix, they noted that most of his terms of employment remained unchanged, and that approval was required for them after adjusting to the company’s new remuneration policy, which was also approved by shareholders. Ben Simon began serving as CEO of Phoenix in May 2019, and according to the company, his main remuneration includes an annual salary of NIS 2.2 million along with a maximum annual grant of NIS 1 million that he can receive.
Eyal Ben Simon, CEO of Phoenix / Photo: Fabian Koldorf
The golden parachute
Displacements in the ground: Ignatius Dominguez, President and CEO of Adama, made a new round of appointments at the pesticide company. Roni Hammer-soldiers, Who served as CEO of Licord, a subsidiary of Adma, has been appointed CFO, a new position in the management, under Aviram Lahav, Deputy CEO and CFO. Shirley Cohen Replace the hammers with chords.
Dr. Elad Shabtai, VP of Innovation, Research, Development and Licensing, Appointed Senior VP of Global Operations Joy Karkuska. Dr. Yoav Avidor, Which to this day manages the field of formulations and advanced technologies, will replace Saturn.
Nestle Global and the Alliance for YOU initiative have formulated plans to create 300,000 employment opportunities for young people in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa by 2025. These are about 200 jobs at Nestle Israel Barn.
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