More than a dozen tech companies, including Lemonade, Wiz, Lady’s, Honeybook and Forter, have announced their intention to go on warning strikes this Tuesday in protest of impending law changes. A one-hour work stop will take place at 11:00 AM at the Sharona Complex in Tel Aviv.
The strike is behind Saturday’s protests across the country, which were attended by about 130,000 demonstrators. Natural Intelligence, Hello Heart, Active Implants, AlgoSec, Piggy, Cheetah Technologies and Track160 will also join the protest.
In a letter issued to employees by protest leaders, they wrote:
“We have employees with different opinions and we always accept and respect everyone, no matter who they are.A one-hour strike will be held at the Sharona Complex at 11:00 this Tuesday. , Hi-tech will also participate.As a company, we allow employees who wish to participate to act according to their own conscience and opinion.”
Last week, tech industry executives called on employees to join a demonstration on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv on Saturday. The call, signed by Shlomo Kramer, Yodfat Harel Bukuris, Sivan Shmali Dahan and others, reads: “Israel’s high-tech industry is taking off its gloves and joining the fight to become the face of the Israeli state.” ing.