By Keshet Starr Recently, a Florida university made headlines when it announced to its employees that starting in early August, everyone would need to report to work in-person - childcare or not (you can find more info here. This announcement generated a firestorm of … [Read more...] about Want to Be a Good Boss During Coronavirus? Support Your Employees
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
The Hadar Institute has announced that the J.J. Greenberg Institute for the Advancement of Jewish Life (JJGI) will join with Hadar. In addition to serving as president of JJGI, Rabbi Irving (“Yitz”) Greenberg will assume the role of Senior Scholar in Residence at Had … [Read more...] about J.J. Greenberg Institute for the Advancement of Jewish Life Will Join with Hadar
Gideon Taylor has been elected President of the Claims Conference. He previously served as Executive Vice President of the Claims Conference (2000-2009) as well as Executive Vice President of JDC.
In 2013, Mr. Taylor became pro bono Chair of Operations of the World Jewish … [Read more...] about Comings and Goings:
The devastating effects of COVID-19 that have ravaged Western Europe and now the United States have so far spared certain Jewish communities in Eastern Europe, even as it now has Russia in its crosshairs. By Sean Savage (JNS) While the coronavirus pandemic showing no … [Read more...] about Eastern European, FSU Jewish Communities and The Age of Corona
By Sharon Avni [First in a series about the new book Hebrew Infusion: Language and Community at American Jewish Summer Camps, the product of the Mandel Center’s Hebrew at Camp project.] For all of the six years that Sarah Benor, Jonathan Krasner, and I spent r … [Read more...] about Hebrew Ba’Bayit