A few days after the last Israeli soldier was killed in combat, the country’s biggest construction company announced it was hiring.
In a press release, Herzog & Martins said it was seeking skilled people with strong organizational skills to lead the construction company in Israel.
The news was greeted with enthusiasm and, according to some of the company’s executives, the announcement was the first in years that the company had hired foreign nationals in the country.
While Herzog’s hiring announcement is a sign that the Israeli government is seriously considering expanding its domestic hiring programs, the company has not yet released its own job openings.
The news was also greeted with little interest by the Israeli media, which has been largely focused on the construction of new settlements.
A report released by the Jerusalem Post on Tuesday found that Herzog&Martins had only posted a job listing for a construction engineer for the construction site of the new settlement of Maale Adumim, south of Jerusalem.
In fact, only one advertisement for the job listed any occupation, as well as the company name and contact information.
The company also did not provide any details about the positions that would be available, only noting that “there will be a salary of US$200,000, the maximum amount that the firm can offer.”
The Israeli government has not provided an official explanation for why the hiring was not advertised.
It is possible that the hiring announcement was only made public when it was clear that Herzogs hiring was a done deal, said Jonathan Givhan, a former senior advisor to the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
The hiring announcement came just days after Netanyahu and his government unveiled a package of economic initiatives to address the construction industry’s long-term problems.
The package includes a 20 percent tax on home sales, new restrictions on new construction and increased tax collection from the construction sector.
The government also plans to establish a new tax-free tax haven, which is similar to a tax haven used by the U.S. to encourage companies to bring their headquarters to Israel.
In the press release announcing the hiring, Herzogs chief executive, Yaron Rabinowitz, said that the announcement is “a significant milestone” for the company and a major step toward strengthening Herzog, which employs around 3,000 people in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
A statement released by Herzog on Wednesday, however, did not specifically address the hiring announcements.
Rabinowitz said the company is hiring because of the challenges facing the construction field, including “an economic climate in which foreign investment is highly competitive and the current situation in the sector is worsening.”
“We are hiring people with the necessary skills to take care of this,” he said.
“We know that our industry is struggling and we are making efforts to improve it.
We believe that Israel is an attractive place for investment.”
A spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, which oversees the government’s relations with the Israeli construction industry, said it has not received any formal request for the hiring of foreign workers from the company.
The Prime Minister and his ministers are pushing hard to attract foreign investment in Israel, which, in its current state, is not profitable.
The construction sector is a vital industry that is a crucial part of the countrys economy, and is crucial to the health of its economy.
“If we have a problem with foreign investment, we should look at what the problem is, rather than what we can do about it,” Rabinowiz said.
The current situation has led to “a very challenging and stressful environment for the entire construction industry,” he added.
The new measures, he added, will help ease the burden on the companies, but it will also help to improve the economic environment.
The construction sector employs around 4 million people in Israel and, in the current financial year, is expected to generate more than $2.6 billion in revenue.
The Israeli construction sector has long been under fire for the lack of transparency and poor wages in the industry.
In 2012, a report by the Center for Israeli Studies at Tel Aviv University showed that more than 80 percent of Israeli construction workers in the West Bank were undocumented, and the number of laborers employed in the construction process has declined by half in the past decade.
While there are many reasons why construction companies are reluctant to hire foreigners, one of the main reasons is that many workers in Israel do not speak English or Arabic, and they are often reluctant to take on new responsibilities because of language barriers.
The Palestinian territories, where the majority of the Israeli population lives, has a reputation for being a labor-intensive environment.
Construction companies in the Palestinian territories often face an uphill battle in hiring workers because of their limited capacity and their high costs of living.
Rambam and others say that the new measures will help improve the situation, especially as more workers from other countries enter the sector.
“This is the most positive move that I