During the BREAK, primarily employees and management in charge of crisis management and administration, employees in maintenance, conservation and insurance of facilities and employees who perform communication with guests and partners, point out Valamar and add that part of the management that must work will be reduced pays up to 30% until all employees return to work. Other employees who will work during the BREAK will be paid a regular full salary. “COVID-19 has caused a global crisis and currently everything is stopped in tourism and catering. Temporarily, until the situation calms down, we cannot do business regularly. We are proud of our employees and our goal is that no employee loses their job due to this crisis. Valamar will do everything to get all our people who are on break back to their jobs as soon as possible. The situation is temporary, the business will be restarted and then we must all be ready for RESTART business. Valamar is a strong and stable company and I believe that with the support of the public sector, our shareholders, investors, partners and employees, we will overcome this period and prepare for a quality business continuation.”, Said the President of the Management Board of Valamar, Željko Kukurin. The “BREAK, RESTART” program lasting 30 to 90 days will cover all Valamar employees, which means that there will be no layoffs at Valamar. Also, for about 2,800 workers employed by Valamar and Imperial Rab, government measures will be used. All employees who cannot work due to the situation will be referred to the “PAUSE, RESTART” program from April 1. During the BREAK, employees will be provided with a salary compensation in the amount of at least 60% of the regular salary, but not less than HRK 4.250 net. This measure will apply equally to employees and management including seasonal and permanent seasonal workers who are already employed. In order to preserve jobs and business continuity in conditions where tourist traffic is completely suspended, Valamar has decided to launch the program “PAUSE, RESTART” which will be implemented starting from April 1 for a minimum of 30 to 90 days, as long as is currently a government measure to preserve jobs. Following the tightening of general prevention measures by the authorities, all hotels and restaurants in Valamar were closed in March. The Management Board also canceled the General Assembly and, with the consent of the Supervisory Board, revoked the proposal for a decision on dividend payment and will propose withholding profits from 2019 to increase liquidity and support the preservation of all jobs. Cover photo: Valamar, Illustration HrTurizam.hr
July 06, 2020 Gov. Wolf: Opioid Command Center Releases Strategic Plan, a Roadmap to Fight the Epidemic Press Release, Substance Use Disorder It’s been more than two years since Governor Tom Wolf signed the first 90-day disaster declaration to empower state agencies and partners to collectively battle the opioid epidemic. Since that date, the declaration has been renewed 10 times, most recently on May 22. If not for the focused, dedicated efforts of the members of Gov. Wolf’s Opioid Command Center, established through the disaster declaration, the recent pandemic might have stalled efforts to combat the opioid crisis, but today, the Opioid Command Center released its strategic plan, highlighting accomplishments to date and providing a roadmap for the continued work to help those with substance use disorder.“By leveraging the diverse strengths and skillsets brought together through the Opioid Command Center, we have been able to make great strides in saving lives and reducing negative outcomes for those suffering with a substance use disorder,” Gov. Wolf said. “I offer my thanks to everyone involved in these crucial efforts.”This strategic plan aims to continue the successes of the Opioid Command Center as well as implement new policies to remove barriers and develop additional initiatives to address the everchanging need for support and resources. Stakeholders were consulted throughout the process of developing the plan to understand the unique challenges facing communities in Pennsylvania and plan developers examined data on a regular basis to monitor effectiveness and target areas of need.While opioids remain a large public health and safety threat, much of the feedback indicated a need to include other substances that are commonly misused, so the scope of the Opioid Command Center has been expanded beyond opioids to encompass other urgent emerging trends, such as the use of stimulants and polysubstances, and other concerns.The plan, available here, includes five goal areas: prevention, rescue, treatment, recovery and sustainability.Prevention involves reducing the risk of substance misuse through education and limiting the availability of addictive substances, as well as continuing efforts to reduce the stigma of the disorder as a disease not a moral failing.Rescue efforts are defined as establishing sustainable methods to provide life-saving measures and increase access to harm-reduction services.Treatment means promoting access and reducing barriers for individuals, and supporting the professionals who treat those with a substance use disorder.Recovery involves promoting supportive services for individuals in recovery. And sustainability includes the work to implement long-lasting policies and regulations to support the other four goals of prevention, rescue, treatment and recovery efforts.“Even amidst a national pandemic, the opioid crisis has continued, and in some ways become more of a challenge,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “Our commitment to addressing the opioid crisis remains steadfast, and to assist those with the disease of addiction. We want those affected to know that help is available, treatment works, and recovery is possible.”“As the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, our primary goal is to ensure all Pennsylvanians have the opportunity to live healthy, substance-free lives,” said DDAP Secretary Jen Smith. “Through the development of the Command Center, Governor Wolf has provided critical staff and resources to help support our goal in the midst of the opioid epidemic. This roadmap will be an invaluable asset as we continue to navigate the epidemic and the rise of stimulant usage.”Ver esta página en español. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
108 Wilson St, Labrador.HOUSE hunters are spoiled for choice this weekend with a newly renovated property, waterfront mansion and location home among those going under the hammer.Auctions will kick off with a Labrador property at 10am on Saturday.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 108 Wilson St is close to the Chirn Park precinct and a short walk to the Broadwater. 60 Avanti St, Mermaid Waters. 108 Wilson St, Labrador. 42 Buccaneer Way, Coomera Waters.“When you step inside this beautiful home, it will take your breath away,” he said.“Be prepared to take your time to enjoy the quality, the design and the build of this amazing family home.”It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, separate media and games rooms, as well as a pool and pontoon.On Sunday, a Mermaid Waters property will be offered to the public at 1pm.NGU Real Estate Gold Coast agent Sean Graves, who is marketing the property at 60 Avanti St with Edward Smyth, said its location had attracted prospective buyers in droves. 108 Wilson St, Labrador. 60 Avanti St, Mermaid Waters. 42 Buccaneer Way, Coomera Waters. 108 Wilson St, Labrador.Marketing agent Ash Breen, of Lambert Willcox Estate Agents, said it had attracted a lot of interest from first home buyers and families looking to downsize.“It’s a really, really nicely renovated home (and) a really good entry level property,” Mr Breen said.He said the home had a large open living area with built-in surround sound system and an entertainer’s style kitchen that flows out onto an outdoor timber deck.“The selling point is the really big outdoor entertainment area,” Mr Breen said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoIt has a kitchenette with built-in barbecue and pizza oven as well as a large dining table, which Mr Breen said would be left with the home.Later in the afternoon, a Coomera Waters mansion will hit the auction block at noon.LJ Hooker Coomera agent Jason Reed described the waterfront property at 42 Buccaneer Way in his listing as a family home offering the “ultimate sea-change lifestyle” for those escaping larger cities. 60 Avanti St, Mermaid Waters.“We’ve had probably close to 50 groups through it,” he said.“There’s a few people talking about bidding on the day.”He said international, interstate and local buyers were interested in the new four-bedroom, four-bathroom property.He said its design and flow were among its biggest drawcards.The multi-storey home, which was built by award-winning industry experts, has an open living area that flows onto an alfresco area and poolside terrace 42 Buccaneer Way, Coomera Waters.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals for Juventus as they moved to within four points of the Serie A title with a win over Lazio.The Portuguese star scored six minutes after the start of the second half and doubled their lead minutes later.Ronaldo converted from the spot for his 30th goal of the league campaign.Take a look at the goal below:يوفنتوس 1 × 0 لاتسيو | هددددددددددددددددددف رونالدووووو 🎥🔥 #JuveLazioــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ Just Follow the Main Account @Faster__Goal pic.twitter.com/egLm5vCmko— GOAL24 (@GOALLLL17) July 20, 2020His second came after Paolo Dybala won the ball on the halfway line, sprinted into Lazio’s half and passed the ball on to him to tap home.Take a look at his second goal below:يوفنتوس 2 × 0 لاتسيو | هددددددددددددددددددف رونالدووووو 🎥🔥😍 #JuveLazioــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ Just Follow the Main Account @Faster__Goal pic.twitter.com/vwDRJjv0ue— GOAL24 (@GOALLLL17) July 20, 2020Laio made the last few minutes interesting after Ciro Immobile also netted his 30th goal of the league season from the penalty spot.See his goal below:يوفنتوس 2 × 1 لاتسيو | هددددددددددددددددددف ايموبيلي 🎥 #JuveLazioــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ Just Follow the Main Account @Faster__Goal pic.twitter.com/BdzK7FjnzO— GOAL24 (@GOALLLL17) July 20, 2020However, Juventus held on to their lead to go eight points clear of Inter Milan in second.Ronaldo has now scored 30 goals this season, along with Immobile, and has now become the first player ever to score at least 50 league goals in England (Man Utd), Spain (Real Madrid) and Italy (Juventus).He scored 84 goals in the Premier League before netting 311 times in La Liga.Former Man City striker Edin Dzeko has scored at least 50 goals in the Premier League, Bundesliga and Serie A.The Portuguese star is battling with Immobile for the top scorer award and will become the first Juventus player to win the prize since Del Piero in 2007/08 if he succeeds.Ronaldo is only the third Juve player ever to score 30 goals in a Serie A season and the first since 1952.He also reached another milestone by becoming the quickest player to reach 50 goals in the league (in 61 matches).
Zinedine Zidane is in line to replace Rafael Benitez as Real Madrid boss, the club’s former president Ramon Calderon has told talkSPORT.Benitez has endured a difficult start to his Bernabeu reign after replacing Carlo Ancelotti in the summer.He has overseen a humiliating defeat at the hands of bitter rivals Barcelona and Real are currently five points adrift of the La Liga leaders.President Florentino Perez is reportedly weighing up whether to ditch the ex-Liverpool boss and Calderon says, should he do so, then Zidane will almost certainly be his successor.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, he said: “Benitez is having problems. “Ancelotti was doing well and the players were backing him. Now with results not as expected people are starting to get fed up [under Benitez] and the players seem not to be very happy.“Having Benitez from the beginning was a problem. We knew this could happen if the results weren’t right. If he leaves, the man who will come in will be Zidane.”One of the club’s greatest ever players, Zidane’s appointment would be popular with the Bernabeu faithful.But Calderon believes Spain boss Vicente del Bosque, who enjoyed great success in charge of Real from 1999 to 2003, should be Perez’s top target.“Del Bosque proved to be a fantastic coach. He was with us all his life as a player and a coach. He won two Champions Leagues, he won the World Cup and the European Championship with the national team, so he would be the perfect manager,” he insisted.“I know the president doesn’t like him but, for me, he would be the right one. He knows the club well, he knows how things work. He did perfect at the time he was with us. He would be the right manager, no doubt.“It is too early [for Zidane]. He has been coaching the second team in the second division – he lacks experience. But it seems that the president has decided to have him on the bench if Benitez leaves.”