November 19, 2020

A round table on foreign labor issues will be held in Split

first_imgThe round table will be attended by companies representing the sector in tourism and trade, which will present to us first hand the real situation in the industry. Representatives of the institutions of the Croatian Employment Service of the Split Regional Office, the Ministry of the Interior of the Split Police Department, the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute, Split Branch Office and representatives of employment agencies from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina will also be present. The primary goal of this round table is to define the broader context of the issue, while participating in a constructive discussion and finding possible solutions through the synergy of the real sector and institutions. Preparations for the new season are in full swing, and the workforce continues to be a problem plaguing many business people. Although labor import license quotas have increased by more than 100 percent this year, to 65.100, and the trade sector is listed for the first time in the distribution of licenses, the search for seasonal workers remains problematic and the number of tourist arrivals and overnight stays is tall. The tourism sector accounts for more than 23 percent of Split-Dalmatia County’s GDP, and the trade sector accounts for more than 18.200 jobs. The Croatian Chamber of Commerce is organizing a round table on “Foreign workforce – challenges and solutions for a successful tourist season.” The round table will be held on February 26 at 11 am in the Croatian Chamber of Commerce – Split County Chamber, and you can send applications via the form HERE.last_img read more

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Unforced errors, miscommunication doom Syracuse in first loss

first_img Published on August 25, 2017 at 10:32 pm Contact Eric: erblack@syr.edu | @esblack34 Syracuse found itself in the middle of another marathon point. Ella Saada rose up off a feed from Jalissa Trotter and spiked it down in the middle of Grand Canyon’s formation. On the next point, Saada, a freshman, earned one of the Orange’s five service aces in the game. The ace tied the game at 20 and prompted the Lopes to call timeout.The teams traded points until it was 23-22 Syracuse, when, this time, its serve let it down. A service error tied the set at 23, and on the ensuing serve, the Orange watched a potential ace land on the out-of-bounds line. Grand Canyon won the set on the next point, and Syracuse fell behind two sets to one.The Orange (1-1) struggled with unforced errors and communication throughout the match. After splitting the first two sets and dropping the third, Syracuse lost the fourth set and the match to Grand Canyon (1-0) at the Women’s Building on Friday evening.“We (had) a lot of unforced mistakes,” said head coach Leonid Yelin. “(Grand Canyon) could stay so much in the system they were running, and we were just trying to execute by ourselves.”The Orange had 24 attack errors on the game, eight more than it committed earlier today in its season-opening win against Siena. Syracuse was beat in hitting percentage as well, 17.5 to the Lopes’ 23.9.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNumerous times during the game, the Orange’s communication difficulties led to attacks and serves by Grand Canyon falling in between SU players. These missed opportunities, said Santita Ebangwese, also cut Syracuse’s momentum on runs.“The only thing that really killed momentum were unforced errors,” she said, “a mis-serve, a mis-hit, something like that.”Ebangwese, whose 13 kills were tied for the team lead, committed just one error of her own.At one point in the third set, after a run of errors and a failed dig, senior Belle Sand punched the ball away in annoyance. For Sand, Syracuse’s mistakes need to be shored up during practice.“We have to treat practices like games,” Sand said.The Orange will not practice before its next game, however, as tomorrow Syracuse will play its third and fourth games of the year.“Our goal was to win all four matches here,” said Yelin. “I hope (the losses) was because we just started.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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