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Maala Ranking 2010 [Israel]

Author: Maala - Business for Social Responsibility [Israel], Published on: 9 June 2010

Maala Organization unveiled the "2010 Maala Index for Social Responsibility" at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange...Most of the ranking data serve to indicate an increase in the number of companies participating in the index...growth in the number of companies that have adopted a code of ethics...However...no significant improvement has been recorded in the number of women who serve as board members nor in the number of women in senior management positions who enjoy a high level of wages. The growth that has been recorded in the number of ethnic Arab employees is marginal, as was the employment of disabled employees. The Maala 2010 ranking includes 75 companies...[Top companies mentioned: Alvarion, Bank Hapoalim, Baran Group, Blue Square Israel, Cellcom, Discount Bank, Eden Springs, Elbit Systems Defence Systems, Gazit Globe, Leumi Bank, Makhteshim Agan Industries, Ormat Industries, Osem Group, Partner Communication, Strauss Group, Tambour, Teva Pharmaceutical, Applied Materials, Cts Group, Derech Eretz, Eci Telcom, Elta Systems, Hewlett-Packard Israel, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Israel, Motorola Israel, Netafim, P&G, Psagot Investment House, Rafael Advanced, Sandisk Israel, Unilever Israel]

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Related companies: Applied Materials Bank Hapoalim Baran Eden Springs Elbit Systems HP (Hewlett-Packard) Intel Israel Discount Bank Leumi Makhteshim Chemical Works Microsoft Motorola Netafim Ormat Osem (part of Nestle) Procter & Gamble SanDisk Strauss Teva Pharmaceutical Unilever