Women’s FA Cup suspended during month-long lockdown in England as men’s FA Cup goes ahead | Football News

first_imgManchester City beat Everton 3-1 in extra-time to win the 50th Women’s FA Cup final behind closed doors at Wembley on Sunday.The competition was originally scheduled to finish in May but was delayed for over six months at the quarter-final stage because of the pandemic.Sky Sports News has contacted the FA for comment.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The Women’s FA Cup has been suspended during the four-week national lockdown in England, despite the men’s competition being given approval to continue as planned. The FA confirmed on Tuesday that the 10 non-elite teams competing in the first round of the men’s FA Cup will be able to compete from November 6-9.- Advertisement – Women’s FA Cup first-round drawFC United of Manchester Women vs Fleetwood Town Wrens LFC or Liverpool Feds LFCChester-Le-Street Town Ladies FC vs Brighouse Town Women FCNewcastle United Women FC vs Barnsley Women’s FCWolverhampton Wanderers WFC vs Stourbridge FC LadiesLincoln City Women FC vs Solihull Moors Women FCWem Town Ladies FC vs Boldmere St Michaels Women FCHarlow Town Ladies FC vs Ipswich Town LFCKent Football Utd LFC or AFC Wimbledon Ladies vs Luton Town Ladies FC/ Enfield Town LFCBillericay Town LFC vs Maidenhead United LFCEastbourne Town LFC or Leyton Orient WFC vs Actonians LFCAFC Bournemouth Women vs Southampton FC WomenExeter City Women FC vs Cheltenham Town LFC The women’s first round – not classed as elite according to government guidelines – was originally scheduled for November 15, but the earliest return date possible for the competition will be December 2, when lockdown restrictions are due to be eased.Clubs below the Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship will be unable to train or play matches for the duration of the lockdown, with all 24 women’s sides in the FA Cup first round from the fourth tier or below.All adult and children’s grassroots football has been put on halt in England during the lockdown, which came into effect on Thursday. Elite sport will continue behind closed doors.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Tigray crisis: Why there are fears of civil war in Ethiopia

first_imgA resident of Mekelle region rides a horse painted in the colours of the Tigray regional flag as they attend celebrations marking the 45th anniversary of the launching of the "Armed Struggle of the Peoples of Tigray", on February 19, 2020, in Mekelle

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Visit L.A. Cemetery for Remembrance Day

first_imgHarry, who served in the military for 10 years, gave up his role as Captain General of the Royal Marines when he and Meghan stepped back as senior members of the royal family at the end of March and relocated to California.In an interview with the “Declassified” podcast that was released on Sunday, Harry reflected on his military service, saying that Remembrance Day for him is “a moment for respect and for hope.”Harry created the Invictus Games for injured and disabled veterans and spoke of the importance of paying tribute to fallen troops and about the symbolism of wearing a poppy.“I wear the poppy to recognize all those who have served; the soldiers I knew, as well as those I didn’t,” he said.Scroll down to see pics from Meghan and Harry’s visit to the L.A. cemetery. Harry also placed a wreath at an obelisk that features a plaque with the inscription “In Memory of the Men Who Offered Their Lives in Defense of Their Country.”The Afghanistan war veteran, 36, signed a note on the wreath that read, “To all those who have served and are serving. Thank you.”- Advertisement – Their visit came as Harry’s brother, Prince William, and wife Duchess Kate joined Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and other members of the royal family at a private Remembrance Day service in London on Sunday.The Sunday Times reported that Harry’s request for a wreath to be laid at the Cenotaph in London on his behalf was refused.The outlet reported that the prince made the personal request to Buckingham Palace but it was denied by courtiers because that he is no longer representing the monarchy. The Times reported that Harry was “deeply saddened” by the decision and that the queen was not made aware of her grandson’s request.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle paid a surprise visit to the Los Angeles National Cemetery on Sunday, November 8, in honor of Remembrance Day as the royal family attended a memorial ceremony 5,400 miles away in London.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex laid flowers on the graves of two Commonwealth soldiers, one who had served in the Royal Australian Air Force, while the other was a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery. The former Suits star, 39, picked the white blossoms from their garden in Santa Barbara, California.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Republicans Back Trump’s Refusal to Concede, Declining to Recognize Biden

first_img“At this time last week, small-business owners in cities across America were boarding up their windows in case President Trump appeared to win and far-left mobs decided to reprise their summertime rioting,” Mr. McConnell said. “Suffice to say, a few legal inquiries from the president do not exactly spell the end of the republic.”Democrats were outraged. Following Mr. McConnell on the floor, Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the minority leader, said flatly that “Joe Biden won this election fair and square.” He called Mr. Trump’s claims “extremely dangerous, extremely poisonous to our democracy” and warned Republican leaders not to give them oxygen.“Republican leaders must unequivocally condemn the president’s rhetoric and work to ensure the peaceful transfer of power,” Mr. Schumer said.- Advertisement – “Our system will resolve any recounts or litigation,” he said.But he also took the opportunity to torch Democrats, saying they had no right to expect that Mr. Trump would quickly concede.- Advertisement – A group of 30 former Republican lawmakers, including former Representatives Carlos Curbelo of Florida, Barbara Comstock of Virginia, Tom Coleman of Missouri and Bob Inglis of South Carolina, joined a letter calling on Mr. Trump to concede and accept the results of the election.“We believe the statements by President Trump alleging fraud in the election are efforts to undermine the legitimacy of the election and are unacceptable,” the group wrote. “Every vote should be counted and the final outcome accepted by the participants because public confidence in the outcome of our elections is a bedrock of our democracy.”Few elected Republicans have voiced such views, or even offered the traditional recognition of Mr. Biden’s victory and called for the country to move forward. In her statement Monday, Ms. Collins joined just a handful of House Republicans and just three other Senate Republicans — Mitt Romney of Utah, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Ben Sasse of Nebraska — in publicly doing so.- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

Vietnam reports new H5N1 outbreaks in poultry

first_imgDec 20, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – Vietnam’s first major outbreaks of H5N1 avian influenza since last year struck two poultry farms in the southern Mekong Delta recently, government officials reported yesterday.Vietnamese veterinary officers filed reports on the outbreaks yesterday with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE). One in Ca Mau province began Dec 6, killing 2,523 unvaccinated chickens and duck chicks. Another in Bac Lieu province began Dec 7 and killed 3,550 unvaccinated 1-month-old ducks.The reports to the OIE said 2,400 poultry had been culled on the two farms and that the source of the infection was unknown.Hoang Van Nam, deputy director of the Department of Animal Health, told the Associated Press (AP) yesterday that the risk of the virus spreading in the area was high because farmers had dumped dead ducklings into canals.In a Bloomberg News report today, Nam faulted farmers for not reporting the poultry deaths sooner and said local animal health officials and farmers had neglected to maintain the poultry vaccination program in the area. “They thought the disease had gone away,” he said. Deutsche Presse-Argentur reported yesterday that the birds had not been vaccinated because they were hatched illegally.The country has been one of the hardest hit by avian flu; it has had the highest number of human cases, 93, and had the most human fatalities until August, when Indonesia took the lead. Widespread poultry outbreaks prompted the culling of 66 million birds to prevent the spread of the virus.However, in 2005 the country became the first to institute mandatory nationwide poultry vaccination. No new human cases have been reported since November 2005, and before the recent outbreaks, reports of infected poultry had slowed to a trickle.International experts have held Vietnam up as a model for its aggressive avian flu prevention efforts, which also include banning poultry rearing and live-market sales in urban areas, restricting commercially raised ducks and quail, strictly controlling poultry transport within the country, and compensating farmers for culled birds.Experts probe South Korea outbreaksElsewhere in Asia, a 9-member crisis management team from the OIE and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is on a 10-day mission to South Korea to investigate the H5N1 outbreaks in poultry that occurred south of Seoul in late November.The mission is the first full-scale deployment of the FAO-OIE crisis management team since it was launched in mid-October at FAO headquarters in Rome, according an FAO press release yesterday. The trip is scheduled to end tomorrow.The Korean government invited the team to evaluate the risk of further disease spread in South Korea, according to the FAO. The team includes international and Korean veterinary epidemiologists, wildlife veterinarians, biologists, and poultry specialists. They will be looking for any wild bird deaths on affected farms or adjacent wetlands and collecting environmental samples.The FAO said if time allows, the team will also investigate other disease angles, such as how dead birds, eggs, and manure are handled and the role that fencing, cages, vehicles, and water might have played as sources of infection.Bird deaths raise fearsIn other developments, recent bird deaths in Idaho, France, and Russia raised fears of avian flu, but media reports said the disease was ruled out in all three instances.In Idaho last week, 2,000 mallard ducks found dead along a creek in the southeastern part of the state died of an infection after they ate moldy grain, Reuters reported on Dec 15. Paul Slota, a wildlife expert at the US Geological Survey’s National Wildlife Health Center in Madison, Wis., told Reuters that the ducks probably died of the fungal infection aspergillosis and that further testing is planned.At a farm in eastern France, 4,000 chickens died suddenly on Dec 16, raising avian flu fears. However, the AP reported yesterday that the French agriculture ministry determined that the cause of death was asphyxiation due to a malfunctioning ventilator.In St Petersburg, Russia, the deaths of two geese prompted the closure of a zoo, according to a Reuters report yesterday. Russian sanitary expert Gennady Onishchenko told Interfax news agency that samples taken from the geese tested negative for avian flu. Reuters said the zoo would remain closed until the end of the year.See also:OIE notification reports on H5N1 poultry outbreaks in VietnamOct 25 CIDRAP News special report “Vietnam’s success against avian flu may offer blueprint for others”Dec 19 FAO press release on deployment of crisis management teamlast_img read more

Asian leaders vow to share H5N1 samples as outbreaks continue

first_imgJun 8, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Health ministers from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) nations, wrapping up a 2-day meeting in Sydney today, promised to share H5N1 avian influenza samples.In other developments, English officials yesterday reported another outbreak of the low pathogenic H7N2 avian flu at a small farm not far from the site of a recent outbreak in Wales. Elsewhere, Malaysian officials announced an H5N1 outbreak near Kuala Lumpur, and Vietnam said recent outbreaks of the virus have spread to 16 provinces.APEC health ministers discuss H5N1In a statement released at the end of the 2-day APEC health ministers’ conference today, the ministers pledged to continue supporting WHO influenza surveillance with the timely sharing of virus samples. APEC’s 21 members include many of the countries that have been hardest hit by avian flu, including Indonesia, China, and Vietnam.Their statement acknowledges the concerns that Indonesia and other developing countries have about equitable access to pandemic vaccines. “We aim to ensure and promote the transparent, fair, and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the generation of information, diagnostics, medicines, vaccines, and other technologies associated with the sharing of virus samples,” the ministers said.The concerns came to a head this year when Indonesia withheld its H5N1 samples for about 5 months. In mid May, Indonesia said it had resumed sending sample to the WHO. At the World Health Assembly in late May, the WHO adopted a resolution calling for an international H5N1 vaccine stockpile, a system for fairly distributing the vaccines, and a group to draw up “terms of reference” for virus sharing.Tony Abbott, Australia’s health minister and chair of the APEC conference, said he was pleased that Indonesia was part of the latest agreement, according to an Associated Press (AP) report. “We need to see exactly what is happening to this virus, because if we’re unable to continually track it, we’ll be unable to monitor the possibility of rapid mutation to something that could be effectively transmissible human-to-human,” he told the AP and other reporters.Also at the APEC meeting, a senior WHO official warned that the H5N1 virus is mutating rapidly and unpredictably, the Australian Associated Press (AAP) reported today.Shigeru Omi, WHO regional director for the Western Pacific, told AAP, “The virus is already entrenched, embedded in this part of the world, and it has been very, very unstable and changeable.”Omi said the virus has evolved from two distinct groups into four subgroups, adding, “And I would not be surprised to if we end up with more subclasses in the years to come,” he said.Though the current mutations have not clearly increased the likelihood of human-to-human transmission, they do show that the virus is “risky”, Omi told the AAP. “The longer the virus lasts, the more chance such a mutation will occur. It’s simple mathematics,” he said.Countries report more poultry outbreaksThe Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) in Britain announced in a statement yesterday that surveillance testing on a small farm in St. Helens in northwestern England, in the wake of a recent low pathogenic H7N2 avian flu outbreak in Wales, showed that poultry there were infected with the same subtype.DEFRA said the birds at the farm were purchased at a market in Chelford that was linked to the earlier Welsh outbreak. According to a recent British Health Protection Agency (HPA) statement, the Welsh outbreak was linked to four confirmed human cases—two from Wales and two from England, all mild. The two English patients had purchased poultry from a source associated with the Welsh cases, the HPA statement said.Fred Landeg, DEFRA’s chief veterinary officer, said in the statement that surveillance of farms around the area was extensive, and the St. Helens farm is the only place where poultry have shown evidence of H7N2 infection. Animal-health officials placed a 1-km restriction zone around the farm, are tracing bird movements and contacts, and are making plans to cull the birds. Media reports say the farm has a small number of chickens, ducks, and peacocks.Meanwhile, veterinary officials in Malaysia confirmed an H5N1 avian flu outbreak 3 days ago near Kuala Lumpur, Agence-France Presse (AFP) reported yesterday. Authorities culled 1,359 birds around the affected village, the AFP report said. The outbreak is Malaysia’s first since February 2006, according to reports from the World Animal Health Organization (OIE).Kamarudin Mohammad Isa, a disease control specialist at Malaysia’s department of veterinary services, told AFP the affected birds included chickens and quail and that authorities had not yet determined the source of the virus.There were no confirmed reports of human H5N1 cases, Health Minister Chua Soi Lek told AFP. However, another AFP report today said five Malaysians from the outbreak village have been hospitalized with influenza symptoms. Malaysia has never had a confirmed human H5N1 case.In Vietnam, the number of provinces reporting recent H5N1 outbreaks in poultry rose to 16, Reuters reported yesterday. The country’s animal health department said 240 ducks died in Phu Tho province in northern Vietnam.Three Vietnamese patients were hospitalized with suspected avian flu, Xinhua, China’s state news agency, reported yesterday. They were admitted to the Tropical Disease Hospital in Hanoi, and their test results were expected in 2 or 3 days, the report said.After a nearly 19-month hiatus in human H5N1 infections, Vietnam recently reported cases in a slaughterhouse worker and a 30-year-old farmer. Both are said to be recovering, and their cases are awaiting WHO confirmation.Few Indonesians see avian flu as threatA survey of Indonesians’ attitudes about avian flu revealed that 97% were aware of the virus, but only 15% saw it as a direct threat to them or their families, the Jakarta Post reported yesterday.”Many people still say ‘I know the that the disease is dangerous, but it’s other people’s problem, not mine,'” said Bayu Krisnamurthi, head of the Indonesian National Commission for Avian Influenza and Pandemic Preparedness, the group that released the data.Indonesians should learn from the Egyptians, who have a lower human death toll because they seek immediate medical care, he told reporters, according to the Post report.Commission data show that the human death rate in Indonesia from June 2006 to May 2007 rose to 86.4%, from 74.5% the previous year, the Post reported.About 57% of Indonesia’s avian flu patients had contact with dead or infected poultry, 29% lived near poultry farms where sick or dead poultry were reported, and 1% had contact with poultry feces, the commission said. For 13% of patients the source was not known.Only two of Indonesia’s 33 provinces—North Maluku and Gorontalo—remain free of the disease, the report said.See also:APEC health ministers’ statementlast_img read more

Specialized project Let’s buy a Croatian-Croatian product for Croatian tourism

first_imgThis year, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce is once again organizing a specialized project Let’s buy a Croatian-Croatian product for Croatian tourism, which will take place on November 22nd and 23rd at the Plaza Event Center (formerly HYPO Center) in Zagreb.The Chamber will ensure the response of the largest hotel chains, independent hotels, small and family hotels, caterers and other providers of tourism services from the territory of the Republic of Croatia as partners in this action.. The action will be joined by key representatives from the field of trade as potential distribution channels and companies from the financial sector and other key participants.As part of the first day of this event, an expert panel discussion of all key departments (competent state administration bodies and the economic sector) will be held, which contribute to the development of Croatian tourism, with leading businessmen from the world of tourism, trade and food industry. The name of the panel is Domestic Product – the key to recognizability of Croatian tourism, and the goal is to educate and raise awareness of the general public about the importance of buying Croatian products and sewerage and products and services in this case to the tourism sector, thus preserving existing and creating new jobs. and Croatian tourism acquires the characteristics of recognizability of Croatian quality.The key part of the action are B2B meetings of exhibitors, representatives of the trade sector as distribution channels and representatives of the tourism sector planned for the first day, 22.11.2017. in the early afternoon. The action will open its doors to citizens and group visits to schools and colleges so that representatives of the youngest school and student population can see, touch, taste, but also buy Croatian products, they point out from the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and invite all Croatian producers, tourism service providers and citizens to their participation supports this initiative. For participation in the exhibitor status as well as more information see herelast_img read more

Association of Caterers Zagreb: The process of hiring foreign workers takes absurdly too long

first_imgIt is a well-known fact that the labor market of the Republic of Croatia lacks manpower for work in the tourism and catering sector. Therefore, a month ago, the Government of the Republic of Croatia amended the Decision on determining the annual quota of permits for the employment of foreigners for the calendar year 2018, which increased the number of permits in the tourism and catering sector. Thus, the number of licenses in the tourism and catering industry increased from 4660 licenses to 8660 licenses, and the increase of 4000 licenses relates to the profession of “assistant worker in tourism”, 3000 for new employment and 1000 for seasonal work for up to six months.But there are still problems, and so on The Association of Caterers Zagreb (UUZ) wants to point out another in a series of problems that plague caterers at the level of the city of Zagreb, but also the entire country. As they point out from UUZ, the mentioned mechanism is mostly aimed at countries whose standard is significantly lower than the living standard of the Republic of Croatia, mainly Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Ukraine and they add that although it seems like an ideal solution for employers who chronically lack manpower, the system in this case does not function fast enough. Hiring foreigners is easier if you already have a worker you want to hire before the season. In that case, at least 20 days, and in some cases up to 3 and a half months, will pass from the submission of documentation to the Ministry of the Interior to obtaining a permit. Of course, that time period is too long if the season has already begun and you urgently need someone to work with. “I submitted the documentation for obtaining a residence and work permit at the beginning of February 2018 for two workers from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Permits were issued only in mid-May 2018. The period of almost three and a half months is alarmingly long. The procedure needs to be speeded up“States long-time caterer Dražan Marjan Ivančić.”We like to say that Croatia is a tourist country, which means quality catering service. Without an adequate number of workers, as a fundamental prerequisite for maintaining service quality, the growth rates we see in recent years will be impossible to maintain. Although the season is already in full swing, caterers in the area of ​​Zagreb, but also the entire country, are struggling with absurdly long waits for permits for foreign workers. We appeal to the competent institutions to speed up the bureaucratic process so that the quality of service remains at the level we are happy to emphasize.“Points out Franz Letica, president of the Zagreb Association of Caterers. One is the form and the other is the content or implementation. Also, if the civil servants who pass and implement the Laws spent just one day bursting in the real sector, a lot of things would be clearer and more efficient. This is how everything falls on the first step, responsibility is shifted, papers travel from office to office, from drawer to drawer, while the whole market economy suffers chronically due to the inefficiency and slowness of the whole system. The system ie the state that should be supporting the market, not the other way around.RELATED NEWS:INCREASED NUMBER OF PERMITS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF FOREIGNERS IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITYlast_img read more

More and more incentives for “green” projects

first_imgThe Minister of Regional Development and European Union Funds, Gabrijela Žalac, signed contracts in Rijeka on Monday for the projects of the Interpretation Center for Natural Heritage of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County and the Visitor Center on Large Carnivores in Stara Sušica. The contracts have a total value of over HRK 24 million, of which HRK 16 million has been secured by grants from EU funds, reports the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.The signing at the Natural History Museum was attended by the County Prefect of Primorje-Gorski Kotar Zlatko Komadina, the Mayor of Rijeka Vojko Obersnel, the Rector Snježana Prijić-Samaržija, the Director of the Public Institution Nature Sonja Šišić, representatives of CFCA and others.Primorje-Gorski Kotar County is one of the most diverse in the Republic of Croatia in terms of natural heritage and biodiversity, and it is extremely important that the County recognized the urgency of developing its institutions that care for protected parts of natural heritage. These projects strive to present the immense wealth of flora and fauna to citizens and tourists. Also, the establishment of large Agricultural Centers and a future Interpretation Center directly encourages the scientific, economic and tourist development of rural areas, as is the case with Stara Sušica. The story of the Interpretation Center for wolves, lynxes and bears in the near future is intended to expand with a mountain house, a real eco-ethno treat and a small zoo park where these predators would live.The project will regulate access to the protected geomorphological monument of nature, Zametska Cave, open it to the public and enrich Rijeka’s tourist story with new content. Also, speaking about green tourism, the arrangement of three Rijeka parks is planned below: Nikola Hosta Park, Mlaka and Trsat.The project of building the Interpretation Center for Natural Heritage of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County was created in partnership with the City of Rijeka with the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, the Public Institution Priroda and the Tourist Board of the City of Rijeka. The University of Rijeka also provided support by providing the field within the University campus on which the mentioned Center will be established. The Interpretation Center is worth HRK 16.17 million, of which the share of grants is HRK 11.29 million. The County of Primorje-Gorski Kotar, together with the Public Institution Priroda, is co-financing the project with almost HRK 3.5 million.The efforts of the County to strengthen and create preconditions for sustainable valorization of natural heritage throughout its territory should be commended. valorization of the entire Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. In addition to the mentioned Zametska cave in the City of Rijeka, this project also valorizes the areas of the strict reserve Bijele and Samarske stijene and Lopar on the island of Rab, while NATURA 11 includes Zebar, Lič polje, Obruč, Platak, Kupska dolina, Osor, the surroundings of Baška and the aforementioned parks of Rijeka.The Municipality of Ravna Gora and the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Ravna Gora are participating in the project of building a Visitor Center on large carnivores in Stara Sušica, while the holder of the project is the Public Institution Nature. The project is worth HRK 8.18 million, of which HRK 5.006.600,96 are grants from EU funds. With this Center, the mountain area wants to be presented and promoted as a place of coexistence of people and beasts, as well as preserved landscapes and natural resources; all with the aim of encouraging the sustainable development of Gorski Kotar, preserving the natural heritage and sustainable valorization of the same, then creating green jobs, training locals and visitors, improving tourist attractiveness and attracting visitors.The completion of the project is scheduled for September 1, 2020, while the construction of the Center is planned to begin in 2019. This is a step closer to the promotion and development of sustainable tourism and branding of Gorski Kotar as a destination of preserved natural heritage, for which the involvement of local self-government and community was extremely important.”I would like to take this opportunity to praise the hosts, Primorje-Gorski Kotar County and the city of Rijeka, where as much as HRK 2.8 billion was contracted through 3.318 contracts and grants, of which a total of HRK 2.4 billion in grants was contracted during the mandate of this Government.”, Said the Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds, Gabrijela Žalac, and pointed out that the signing of the contract is actually the result of dedicated work and partnership of all users and institutions.On the eve of the signing, the Ministry reports that Žalac held a meeting with Komadin and Obersnel in which they discussed the use of the domestic component fund in projects related to the European Capital of Culture.PHOTO: A native of Rijekalast_img read more

Maistra has announced a job vacancy that includes year-round work

first_imgMaistra has announced a competition in which it offers conditions for work of the highest category and constant progress, and people with and without experience have the opportunity to work.Maistra has announced a job vacancy that includes year-round work, and people with and without experience have the opportunity to apply. It is about working in hotels of the highest category Maistra Collection brand – Monte Mulini, Lone, Eden and Adriatic, which will be joined by the new Grand Park Hotel Rovinj in the spring.Only the new hotel will open a hundred new jobs, the company announced, and with such a developed offer, their goal is to form a team with which they will develop new and different contents and a highly personalized service. “We want to provide each guest with a unique experience and that is why such an early selection of a team that will help us in this is very important. In addition to existing employees, we are looking for new, ambitious people ready to work in a dynamic environment and focused on achieving the best results. This is an opportunity for all people who want new knowledge to become experts in their business and to ensure the development of a great career. “, Explains Tina Turk Lupieri, Director of Human Resources at Maistra.The company offers conditions for work of the highest category and constant progress in professional knowledge. Although most of their employees come from Istria, Maistra organizes and pays for accommodation for all employees who need it. Equally, employees are entitled to two hot meals and transportation to work. Salary supplements are paid, ie holiday pay, Christmas bonus, jubilee award and solidarity aid. These entitlements are in addition to salary.“After the application, the candidates will go through the selection procedure of Mastra’s experts. If they become part of the team, they are given the opportunity to work throughout the year and irreplaceable experience of working in a professional, stimulating and professional environment as well as the possibility of further advancement. The best ones will also get the opportunity to work in the new Grand Park Hotel Rovinj. ” conclude from Maistra.By the way, at the company level, this year there were about 2.700 employees in Maistra. All those interested in working and professional development in Maistra can apply until October 21 via online registration at posao.maistra.com.last_img read more