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HP Indigo Places Thousands of Its Employees in Israel On Mandatory Leave

HP Indigo Places Thousands of Its Employees in Israel On Mandatory Leave

HP Indigo currently employs 4,000 people globally, 2,600 of them in Israel

Meir Orbach | 12:31  25.02.2020

HP Indigo, a subsidiary of global HP Inc. based on its 2001, $830 million acquisition of Israel-based digital printing company Indigo, has placed all of its employees in Israel on mandatory leave for the two and a half weeks leading up to Passover and throughout the holiday itself, according to one person familiar with the matter who spoke to Calcalist on condition of anonymity. HP Indigo currently employs 4,000 globally, 2,600 of them in Israel..

The company also canceled Passover gifts for its employees, the person said.

HP Indigo general manager Alon Bar Shani. Photo: Orel Cohen HP Indigo general manager Alon Bar Shani. Photo: Orel Cohen HP Indigo general manager Alon Bar Shani. Photo: Orel Cohen

In response to Calcalist’s request for comment, an HP spokesperson said that “as is the case every year, HP, as a corporation with all its various subsidiaries and dates relevant to each country, enacts a planned, centralized vacation. In Israel, we go on such a vacation during Sukkot and Passover.”

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