Thus, Valamar guarantees its employees a minimum net income in the amount of HRK 5.000 to HRK 7.500 for a full monthly fund of hours, a 13th salary in the amount of HRK 5.000 net to all permanent employees and those who will work for at least 2019 months in 10, special rewards in the amount of from 1.200 to 2.000 kuna for seasonal workers and a Christmas bonus of 2.000 kuna for full-time employees. The company provides all its employees who come to work in Valamar’s destinations from other parts of Croatia and the region with quality accommodation and hot meals, and from this year seasonal workers who will work in Rabac will be accommodated in a hotel with a swimming pool. With competitive salaries, a system of motivation and rewards, as well as career development opportunities and employee health care, Valamar Riviera justifies its status as a top employer in tourism. Crucial factors in the election were, among other things, workplace relations, job security and social responsibility of the employer, as well as leadership in the sector, salary and other benefits offered by the employer, according to Valamar Riviera. “At Valamar Riviera, we are aware that investing in people is necessary for sustainable growth and development, especially in tourism. With progressive wage growth and other investments in human resources development, Valamar, as a leading company in tourism, wants to be an example of good practice for other employers as well. We are proud of the fact that we are the company that offers the best conditions for work and career development in tourism, which confirms this great recognition.” she stated Ines Damjanić Šturman, Director of the Human Resources Sector at Valamar Riviera. Valamar Riviere employee Valamar Riviera took a high 7th place in the ranking of top employers in Croatia, jumping five places in the ranking compared to last year. Valamar is still the only tourist company that is in the prestigious company of the top 20 employers in Croatia, chosen by almost 20.000 respondents to the research of the MojPosao portal, which was conducted in 2018 and 2019. This year, Valamar has created about 400 new jobs, and in the 2019 season from Istria and Kvarner to Dubrovnik it will employ more than 7.000 employees in 34 hotels and resorts and 15 camping resorts. Also, Valamar has so far invested more than 60 million kuna in quality accommodation for the employees of the Valamar House in Poreč, Rabac and Krk, and the Valamar House in Dubrovnik is also under construction.
Codere records 10X losses seeking vital lifeline May 28, 2020 In 2019 the industry welcomes new incumbent Carousel Group, an ambitious start-up seeking to deliver fresh dynamics, thinking and propositions within multiple regulated sports betting markets.Based out of Madrid Spain, Carousel is led by Founder and CEO Daniel Graetzer, a seasoned executive in industry commercial development and venture financing.This morning, an ambitious Carousel announces that it is in the final preparations of launching its first two online betting properties SportsBetting.com and RaceBook.com.SportsBetting.com is positioned as the ‘ultimate destination’ to bet on global sports while RaceBook.com is a dedicated platform for racing enthusiasts.The brands will target Europe and LATAM markets having secured a Malta MGA licence, with Graetzer further confirming that Carousel pursues further UK, Swedish and US opportunities for growth.“2018 was a huge year for us as we prepared the business for launch. We closed a second capital raise, acquired two strong domain names and ended the year with the acquisition of our technology platform, but now the real fun starts” Graetzer details on Carousel’s 2019 ambitions“We’ve assembled a team of highly experienced and competent leaders in our Madrid headquarters and combined with our recent acquisitions we are aiming to deliver a superior customer-driven experience to markets all over the world”. Related Articles Share StumbleUpon Codere secures €250m credit lifeline on aggressive interest rates July 14, 2020 Share Optimised communications help Wiraya deliver 15% reactivation boost June 3, 2020 Submit
04Apr Rep. Runestad to host consumer education event on April 16 State Rep. Jim Runestad of White Lake is partnering with the Michigan attorney general’s office to host a consumer education event on Monday, April 16.This month’s presentation will feature information on how to avoid identity theft and what should be done in the event of a stolen identity.“This is a great opportunity to learn about the evolving criminal landscape of identity theft,” Rep. Runestad said. “Consumers deserve the necessary tools to identify and protect themselves against identity fraud.”The event will be held at the Milford Public Library, 330 Family Drive in Milford at 6 p.m. Individuals looking for additional information may contact Rep. Runestad’s office at 517-373-2616 or by emailing JimRunestad@house.mi.gov. Categories: Runestad News
Russian mobile operator Megafon has named Ivan Tavrin, currently the CEO of broadcasting group UTH, as its deputy CEO.Megafon’s current CEO, Sergey Soldatenkov plans to leave his current post when his contract ends in June, and Tavrin is expected to be line to succeed him as CEO.“Strategic development of new businesses is the basis for the company’s future growth, and I am confident that Ivan Tavrin’s experience and professionalism will help to achieve the goal of MegaFon’s leadership in the Russian telecommunications market. I wish Ivan all the best in MegaFon and I am happy of being able to work together with him,” said Soldatenkov in a statement.Tavrin, who will remain at the head of the board of directors of UTH, will be replaced as CEO of that company by Dmitry Sergeev. UTH was recently in the news when Disney acquired a 49% stake in its channel Seven for US$300 million (€233 million), with the aim of transforming it into Disney Russia when the deal is completed.Megafon has been named as a potential buyer of Moscow cable operator Akado and recently acquired Khanty-Mansiysk cable operator Yugratel for RUB2.4 billion (€60 million).
Mobile TV network provider Yamgo has appointed two new non-executive directors, which it said would help with the development of its advertising platform.Mobile entertainment exec Dave Moreau and former Ernst & Young managing partner Trevor Denny have joined Yamgo’s board with immediate effect. Dave Moreau is currently chief operating officer of Livewire Mobile, which provides digital entertainment services, focused mainly on music, through mobile network operators, OEMs and media companies. “Yamgo is a brilliantly run company with a focused, energetic and talented CEO in Ian Mullins,” said Moreau. “I am delighted to be joining the board as a non-executive director.”The Yamgo TV network streams live TV to mobile devices using 2.5G, 3G and Wi-Fi connections, with a line-up that includes Asian based entertainment channels, music, sport, movies, entertainment and news channels.