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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CONVIASA begins commercial flights to Guyana

first_img Share LifestyleTravel CONVIASA begins commercial flights to Guyana by: – February 15, 2014 GEORGETOWN, Guyana — CONVIASA launched its first commercial flight to Guyana on January 25, 2014.The Venezuelan-based carrier is currently operating once weekly flights to Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) out of Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, where a large Guyanese community is based. Additional flights will be added once the passenger demand increases.“COVIASA’s entry to the Guyana’s aviation sector is a significant step for us,” stated Robeson Benn, minister responsible for transport. “It has always been our goal to have our travelling public undertake new regional connections at competitive prices.”CONVIASA has been on a major expansion in Venezuela, South America and the Caribbean – Guyana is the airline’s tenth international destination.CJIA’s chief executive officer (CEO) Ramesh Ghir stated that CONVIASA’s presence is one step closer in the ministry of public works/CJIA’s plan to transform the Timehri facility into the ‘next generation hub’.On February 8, the airline brought in and carried out 53 passengers on its flight.Caribbean News Now Share Sharing is caring!center_img 71 Views   no discussions Tweet Sharelast_img read more

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Chelsea’s Ianni fined after Mourinho clash

first_imgBut the FA opened disciplinary proceedings and Ianni has now been fined.Sarri said Chelsea would consider whether any internal punishment was necessary once the FA delivered its verdict.“I was there when Marco spoke to Mr Mourinho. He said sorry immediately, and it was really very important I think that he realised he was wrong,” Sarri said last week.Mourinho had launched an unexpected defence of Ianni after former Manchester United star Phil Neville called for the assistant’s sacking.“I’m not happy that it’s going too far with the young boy. I don’t think he deserves more than what he got,” Mourinho said.“He apologised to me, I accept his apologies. I think he deserves a second chance. I don’t think he deserves to be sacked.”Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni was fined £6,000 ($7,600) by the Football Association on Tuesday after his wild celebrations in front of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.Ianni, who serves as one of Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri’s assistants, sparked a touchline row after celebrating Ross Barkley’s late equaliser in Chelsea’s 2-2 draw against United at Stamford Bridge on October 20.“Chelsea coach Marco Ianni has been fined £6,000 after he admitted an FA improper conduct charge. It concerned his behaviour in the 96th minute of the game against Manchester United on October 20, 2018,” an FA statement read.The FA also reminded Mourinho, Chelsea and United of their responsibilities in the aftermath of the explosive incident.Mourinho was incensed by the way Ianni celebrated Barkley’s goal in front of the United bench, leading the former Chelsea boss to dart off his seat as he chased the Italian towards the tunnel.The United manager received an apology from both Ianni and Sarri and said he considered the matter closed.last_img read more

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