Invitation to employers to participate in the Days of Jobs in Tourism 2019

first_imgThe Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) has published an invitation to employers to present at the 3rd. Tourism Business Days 2019 . which will be held in   Osijek   (18.01.),   Zagreb   (25.01.) I   Split   (01.02.).  Over 10.000 visitors, unemployed persons, students of the final grades of secondary catering schools and others interested in working on seasonal jobs are expected at the third Days of Jobs in Tourism. The Job Days in Tourism are the right opportunity to promote jobs in tourism and motivate all those who are looking for a job, whether they have worked in tourism or not, as well as young people who are just entering the labor market.  RELATED NEWS: Job Days in Tourism is a project organized by the Ministry of Labor and Pension System, the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Employment Service, the Croatian Tourist Board, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts, the Croatian Employers ‘Association and the Hotel Employers’ Association. tourism and employment opportunities provided by the tourism sector.  The activities of the one-day Tourism Job Days 2019 will include   representation of employers   at the stands, presentation of examples of good practice – experiences by employers and seasonal workers employed through Active Employment Policy Measures, promotion of competence centers, presentation of tourist occupations and presentation of large hotel houses. center_img Applications are accepted until the available exhibition spaces are filled, and no later than January 4.1.2019, XNUMX. years. The application form for participation as an exhibitor’s employer can be found HERE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA INCREASES QUOTAS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF FOREIGN WORKERS IN TOURISM TO 15.611 LICENSES As they point out from the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, employers – exhibitors do not bear the costs of renting an exhibition space, so you can participate without additional costs. last_img read more

Eade on: In and Out, shake it all about

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Canary Wharf continues to tower above its rivals

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At least six dead in US state of Mississippi after tornadoes

first_img“These are initial reports and will continue to update when info becomes available,” the agency tweeted.The Storm Prediction Center said it expected “severe thunderstorms” to continue through the night in Mississippi, as well as in neighboring states Alabama and Georgia.”Strong tornadoes, widespread damaging winds, and large hail are all possible,” the center added.Mississippi governor Tate Reeves urged state residents to take the “severe storms very seriously.” At least six people have died after tornadoes ripped through the southern US state of Mississippi on Sunday, officials said.The tornadoes caused “catastrophic” damage, according to US media, and prompted the National Weather Service (NWS) to issue a tornado emergency, its highest level of tornado alert.The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MSEMA) reported one death in Walthall County, two in Lawrence County and three in Jefferson Davis County, all of which are in the southern part of the state. “The NWS just issued a solemn, rare warning: a ‘PDS’ (Particularly Dangerous Situation) tornado watch,” he tweeted Sunday afternoon.”Please take precautions to keep your family safe.”He later retweeted a message from MSEMA reminding residents to “wear a mask, bandana, or scarf around your nose and mouth” and to “practice social distancing” to prevent the spread of the coronavirus if they had to go to a public storm shelter.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Arsenal identify Nuno Espirito Santo as ‘leading candidate’ to replace Unai Emery

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Emery is under fire (Picture: Getty)Emery’s position is being considered on a game-by-game basis and his cause wasn’t helped by a dismal 2-2 draw with relegation-threatened Southampton.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTArsenal’s head of football Raul Sanllehi has a long-standing relationship with Nuno’s agent Jorge Mendes and the club’s hierarchy have been impressed by his work, according to the Daily Mail.The 45-year-old is thought to be ahead of Mauricio Pochettino – recently sacked by Arsenal’s bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur – in the pecking order but they are aware that he may be tough to land mid-season.If they do pull the trigger on Emery, it’s likely Freddie Ljungberg would take the reins until the end of the season, with a permanent boss coming in beyond that.Should Arsenal sack Unai Emery?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Santo is a wanted man (Picture: AMA/Getty)Nuno Espirito Santo is the ‘leading contender’ to replace under pressure Unai Emery as Arsenal manager, reports claim.Emery is under severe scrutiny after a miserable start to the season, with Arsenal fans turning on him as they sit eight points off fourth-placed Chelsea.Santo’s Wolves, meanwhile, are fifth (though only one point ahead of the Gunners) and recovered from a poor start to the season as they adapted to life in the Europa League and since charged up the Premier League table. Arsenal identify Nuno Espirito Santo as ‘leading candidate’ to replace Unai Emery Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 26 Nov 2019 11:27 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.4kShareslast_img read more

Parental involvement in children’s education is crucial –PM Skerrit

first_imgPrime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit addressing the graduation ceremony of the Testimonial Pre-SchoolPrime Minister Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit has reaffirmed his Government’s commitment to early childhood education.During the Testimonial Pre-school graduation the Prime Minister stated that early childhood is a time of constant discovery, learning, and growth and every child has the right to an environment that is favorable to learning.“I wanted to be here with you this afternoon because I believe that Early Childhood Education is the most important aspect of education in an education system. This is why the Government has placed emphasis on Early Childhood education with the setting up of the council and also putting regulations in place to improving the standards, ensuring our teachers are trained and that the facilities are adequate and conducive to learning.”The Prime Minister expressed to the parents that it is important for children to receive the educational guidance that urges them to explore and interact within their environment as they develop socially, physically, intellectually, creatively and emotionally.“I am also here to urge you parents to continue to play a part in your children’s education. We cannot leave our children’s education to what we call the Ministry of Education or the school teachers. Every parent must play their part. Quite a few parents these days use the excuse that they do not know the Mathematics of today and the Science of today and so forth. You do not have to know anything in terms of being able to read or write to help your children do well at school. By merely coming to the school, by merely [attending] PTA [meetings] and asking your children how was school today and sitting with them while they do their homework your are making a tremendous contribution to your child’s education. Now you cannot be absent at age two and at age twelve and when your children [grow] to age twenty-two and they’ve taken a very different path in life ask yourself what has happened. It happens because in most cases we do not play our part in the education of our children.”He stated further that creating a solid foundation from the onset is imperative.“A background in Psychology tells you that this is the formative or foundation yeas of our children and if our children do not get a very good head start at this age, they will find it very difficult when they get to Primary and Secondary School so it’s important to place in them that solid foundation.”The Testimonial Pre-school is located in Paix Bouche and serves the communities of Thibaud and Dos Dane.Government Information Service Tweet Share 59 Views   2 comments Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! EducationLocalNewsPrimary Parental involvement in children’s education is crucial –PM Skerrit by: – July 4, 2012 Sharelast_img read more

Reds Will Go Into 2014 Season Under New Manager

first_img12:00 p.m.Cincinnati Reds President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Walt Jocketty has announced the team will make a managerial change heading into the 2014 season.The new manager will replace Dusty Baker, who went 509-463 in his 6 seasons in Cincinnati. There was no announcement regarding changes on the coaching staff.“This was a very difficult decision to make. Dusty played an important role in the recent success of this organization, and we thank him for his contributions during his time here,” Jocketty said. “We feel a change is necessary, however, if we are to continue to move the organization forward.”Baker, 64, originally was signed by the Reds to a 3-year contract in October 2007.10:00 a.m.According to sources, Dusty Baker is managed his last game as Reds manager. The Associated Press had the first reports, and then Reds beat writer John Fay confirmed via twitter:Confirmed: Dusty Baker is out as #Reds manager.— John Fay (@johnfayman) October 4, 2013Baker posted a record of 509-463 in six years as the manager. He led them to two NL Central titles and, with this year’s wild card loss, he took them to the playoffs three times. However, his performance in the postseason has been criticized by some in Cincinnati, and the Reds have yet to win a playoff series under him. They are 2-7 in the playoffs in that time.His pending termination has yet to be confirmed by the General Manager Walt Jocketty and the Reds.More on this story as it develops.last_img read more

Vickie Rae Weaver

first_imgVickie Rae Weaver, 63, of Hamilton, Ohio, formerly of Moores Hill, Indiana, passed away Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in Hamilton, Ohio.She was born September 20, 1954 in Covington, KY, daughter of the late Elmer L. Blankenship and Arzie Means.Vickie loved flower gardening, crocheting, playing the slots, cooking and shopping. She had a big heart and never met a stranger. Vickie would strike up a conversation with anyone and form an instant friendship. She was an animal lover, but she especially loved her dog “Teddy”. Vickie loved her family, especially her grandchildren.Surviving are children, Deana (Joe) Galante of Hamilton, OH, Melissa Weaver of Aurora, IN, Jamie (Holly) Crank of Covington, KY; sister, Patricia Burchett of Portsmith, OH; grandchildren, Abby and Ashton Kittle, Alex and Vennie Galante.She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Paul W. Weaver, and sisters, Barbara and Kathy Blankenship.Friends will be received Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 12:00 – 2 pm at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home.Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 pm immediately following visitation.Contributions may be made to defray Funeral Expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Barcelona won’t activate Lautaro’s €111m release clause

first_img Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them20 Photos Of Kendall Jenner That Force You Love Her Even MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art They have been busy piecing together plans behind the scenes for any summer business, with Goal reporting back in April that a lucrative contract is being readied for Lautaro. The Catalans hope that those terms will aid their cause, with the club unable to splash out €111m on one player in the next window even if they wanted to. Barca’s plan is to bring Lautaro’s price tag down, with the player understood to be open to transfer talks. In his mind, he either remains at San Siro or heads to Camp Nou, and no alternative options will be considered. Inter, though, maintain that the player has expressed no desire to them for an imminent switch to be pushed through and, with that in mind, negotiations from this point are expected to be tricky. The Nerazzurri have made it clear that they will not bow to the demands of a European rival and will hold out for the best possible terms if a sale has to be sanctioned. Barca hope that including a number of their players in a part-exchange package will help to sweeten the deal and relax Inter’s stance. They want to bring in a proven performer who has 17 goals to his name from 37 appearances this season, with Lautaro seen as the perfect long-term successor to Luis Suarez in Catalunya. One opportunity to make that happen is about to expire, but there may be many more to put a deal in place. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Barcelona have no intention of activating the €111 million (£100m/$125m) release clause in Lautaro Martinez’s contract at Inter, but the Liga giants are still keen to thrash out a deal for the Argentine. Those at San Siro have made any suitors of their South American forward aware that one window of opportunity will swing shut at the close of play on Tuesday. For them, that is when the current release terms in Lautaro’s contract will expire. Barcelona consider that clause to be valid for another week, through to July 15, but have no plans to take it up regardless. The Liga giants are reluctant to enter into discussions at that asking price and are prepared to wait before opening any negotiations with Inter. Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu has told RAC1 when quizzed on the reported interest that Barca hold in Lautaro: “I am not talking about transfers. We have not marked the signings in the calendar for when they should be completed.” Meanwhile, Inter chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has told DAZN that the Serie A outfit “does not want to sell its champions, unless there is a desire on the part of the player to leave”. Lautaro has given little away when it comes to his future plans. Barca believe an agreement can be reached but, with the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic taken into account, they see the 22-year-old’s asking price being considerably lower than its current mark.last_img read more

Newcastle ban handshakes over coronavirus fears

first_imgRelatedPosts Italy introduces compulsory virus testing for travellers from France Nigeria records new COVID-19 infections, more deaths as figures rise to 57,242 EPL: Newcastle set to extend winning streak Newcastle United have banned players from shaking hands at the club amid fears coronavirus could spread, manager Steve Bruce has said. The global flu epidemic that originated in China has caused more than 2,700 deaths to date. Italy was the first European country to suffer an outbreak of COVID-19, with over 250 suspected cases and 12 deaths in the country. According to the BBC, more than 80,000 people in nearly 50 countries have been infected. The virus has hit the world of sport and Premier League side Newcastle have taken preventative steps in the battle against it. The club have not reported any flu-like symptoms, but Bruce said: “There is a shaking hands ritual here, everyone shakes hands with each other when we see each other in the morning. We have stopped that on the back of the virus. “Let’s hope it doesn’t get any worse. We are like everyone else, glued to the TV seeing what happens next. We are mindful of bugs sweeping through.” World Health Organization head Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus has told the BBC coronavirus has reached a “decisive point” and has “pandemic potential.” In football, four Serie A games were postponed last weekend, while Thursday’s Europa League match between Inter and Ludogorets at the San Siro took place behind closed doors.Tags: CoronavirusDr. Tedros GhebreyesusNewcastle UnitedSteve BruceWorld Health Organisationlast_img read more