Tomorrow, as local businessman take the day off for Thanksgiving, PCS and Hakhel will be sponsoring an inspiring workshop given by Rav Ari Marburger, Dayan Bais Din Maysharim and Rav Moshe Bergman, Rav of Khal Benei Avroham Yaakov. Rav Marburger will deliver an informative workshop on the topic of Negotiations and Deals followed by Rav Bergman’s discussion on many business related topics.
The event will take place tomorrow morning at 9:45 a.m. at Khal Ateres Yeshaya, 908 East County Line Road.
Light refreshments will be served.
Does P.C.S. have specific information (with clients and business
names blacked out) of their achievements? It’s wonderful that there’s a choshen mishpot shiur on working people’s day off, but the only thing P.C.S. should be doing there is handing out resumes and networking. Leave the harbotzas torah to other organizations.
Is P.C.S. a non-profit organization? Is it funded by the Agudah?
Private askanim? The government?–and if so, Local, State, or Federal? Perhaps a combination of all of the above? Who are they answerable to?
Why are you busy with PCS ? They are providing a service at no cost to anyone. Stop with whining and crying.If you dont want to go, thats fine. Everyone has a choice. Other people will have a benefit from this.
PCS does a great job by producing accountants by the dozen!
whats hakel? Chabad?
what do u mean #4 ,are u being sarcastic?
If you would have any clue how many accountants are sitting without jobs while they keep running more accounting groups, you’d realize he was being sarcastic. And don’t try to just blame it on the economy; there’s more to it.
PCS is a wonderful organization that helps many people find jobs. They found one for me – and i’m not an accountant. It’s a sad day when we question an organization simply because they provide a free service as a Chesed.
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