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Union of Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia: The absurd situation in Club Adriatic, if it were not tragic, would be ridiculous

first_imgThe Trade Union of Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia sent a statement today about the at least absurd situation around Club Adriatic dd,The seemingly successful story of privatization failed due to classic Croatian reasons. Namely, the director of the Center for Restructuring and Sale (CERP) Milan Plećaš and the President of the Management Board of Immo Invest Partner AG Dzek Djoric signed an Agreement on the sale and transfer of shares of Club Adriatic doo Zagreb on April 09, 2018 at the CERP headquarters.Pursuant to this Agreement, the Swiss company Immo Invest Pertner AG bought three business shares, ie one hundred percent of the share capital of Club Adriatic doo for HRK 54 million. Club Adriatic consists of the Hotel and Annex Alem in Baška Voda and the camp in Baško polje. The hotel has 99 double rooms and 9 double suites, and annexes 198 double rooms with extra bed. Camp Basko polje, which is categorized with three stars, has 600 camping places-pitches, 17 bungalows with kitchens and 16 mobile homesThis successfully completed the privatization process of Club Adriatic doo 17 years after the former Croatian Privatization Fund, the legal predecessor of CERP, established it with the aim of bringing former military resorts, hotels and camps for tourist purposes. Based on the said contract, Immo Invest was supposed to buy 100 percent of the share capital of Club Adriatic doo, but Immo Invest did not pay the said amount within 30 days after signing the contract because the presented debt of 172 creditors with 130 million kuna almost overnight jumped to 180 million.As the President of the Management Board of Immo Invest Partner AG Jack Đordić pointed out for Jutarnji list, it is difficult to state the names and number of creditors who “prepared” the greatest difficulties for them, ie those who demanded default interest for the last three years, which conflicts with the obligations of the pre-bankruptcy settlement “There are local governments, private and some state-owned companies. It is very difficult to negotiate with such creditors because it is obvious that individuals saw their chance in the whole process and wanted to get the most out of us. ” Djordic pointed out.Precisely because of the whole incredible story, the Trade Union of Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia, which we are transmitting in its entirety, reacted and criticized:Club Adriatic doo Zagreb is a company 100% owned by the State whose prodaja, despite the decisions made, failed because the strategic investor gave up the purchase. And this is not the worst thing that could have happened, because the real estate owned by Club Adriatic in Baško Polje is doing business. The problem is in Selce and in TN Perna, with the hotel Komodor and the camp Orebić. Namely, until the end of October 2017, these properties were managed by Club Adriatic, when it ceased to be managed by the Decision of the Government, ie Minister Goran Marić. The workers who worked in these facilities remained workers of the Adriatic Club, and the Government, by its decision, abolished both their place of work and the workplace. Until mid-March, the workers at Club Adriatic used the hours from redistribution and annual leave for the previous year, but also for 2018, expecting that the sale of Club Adriatic could solve their status. However, this did not happen, so they are still employees of Club Adriatic, without a job, who receive a regular salary and do not work because they have nowhere to work. In accordance with the Act, the Company’s Management Board initiated the first step in the procedure of terminating their employment contracts and initiated consultations with the Workers ‘Council and obtained the consent of the Workers’ Council to conduct the procedure of terminating employment contracts for workers whose work ceased due to the Government Decision. which are owned by the Republic of Croatia are not managed by Club Adriatic. In the meantime, the director of the Adriatic Club Karlo Čulo was appointed on May 22.05.2018, XNUMX. for a member of the Management Board of Jadran dd Crikvenica and the entire procedure is suspended.Simultaneously with the implementation of the tender for the sale of Club Adriatic, CERP, by direct agreement under conditions unknown to us, gives the same real estate that is exempt from the management of Club Adriatic to Prosperus-Invest for management. Even at this moment, we are not disputing the Decision by which the real estate is managed or leased. Whether it is legal or not, let the institutions judge.It is disputable that Prosperus-Invest is looking for workers to work in these properties; that the workers who worked in these properties do not work even though they receive a salary, that these workers want to work in these properties and with the new employer Prosperus-Invest; that Club Adriatic does not fire them to allow them to work; that Club Adriatic pays them salaries even though they do not work and that Club Adriatic has secured funds for the payment of severance pay to these workers.It is also disputable that the Government of the Republic of Croatia increases the quota for the import of workers in tourism, that through its company (Club Adriatic) pays salaries to workers who do not work, that does not allow these workers to work and that the company he cannot open the facilities that the state has given him to manage because he has no workers.An absurd situation and, if it weren’t tragic, it would be ridiculous.The workers just want to work, most of them would give up the notice period, which would save Club Adriatic significant funds that it could use to increase the salary of its workers. Thus, the state, due to its inefficiency and sluggishness, prevents workers from working legally, forces them and companies that want to legally employ them to work illegally, which damages the state budget, so we wonder who is crazy and who is confused.This situation does not suit anyone, neither the workers who would earn more by work, nor ProsperusInvest, which due to lack of workers cannot open facilities; nor to Club Adriatic because it pays workers who do not work; nor to the State because these same workers will come to the Employment Bureau in a few months and at the expense of the state budget.We addressed the Ministry of State Property, unfortunately without success; despite the Secretary of State’s promise given at a meeting almost a month ago that the problem would be addressed as a matter of priority, nothing has been done.The fact that the “search” for a new director of Club Adriatic is ongoing, who should be appointed by the Supervisory Board based on the decision of UV CERPA, and based on the proposal of the Ministry of Tourism, does not contribute to all this. Given the complex procedure, and knowing the “speed” with which state institutions solve problems, it could happen that the season passes before workers are allowed to work legally. That is why the Trade Union of Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia justifiably criticizes the decision of the Ministry of Labor and Pension System and the Government of the Republic of Croatia to increase the quota for the import of foreign workers to work in tourism, because not all possibilities of our workers have been exhausted. example, and I believe there are quite a few of them.On behalf of SIKD, Bruno Bulić, President of the Trade Unionlast_img read more

FIFA suggests a change in player contracts, transfer windows

first_img Promoted ContentThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchThe Biggest Cities In The World So Far5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World The same approach would apply to deals for next season, with their start date delayed in accordance with the shifting calendar. The risk of some domestic divisions starting and finishing earlier or some national leagues having a different start date to other countries is also tackled in the document. “In case of overlapping seasons and/or registration periods, and unless all parties agree otherwise, priority be given to the former club to complete their season with their original squad, in order to safeguard the integrity of a domestic league championship”. Transfer payments between clubs, scheduled around league start and end dates should also be delayed until the new start date of a season or its first registration period, the document states. The working group will also examine the issue of clubs’ responsibilities to pay their staff when leagues are suspended. The document states that clubs, players and coaches should be encouraged to work together to agree on salary reductions and deferrals. Yet they should consider the alternative, where possible, that agreements between clubs and employees are suspended when teams are not playing or training. It is also recommended that Fifa uses its newly-created ‘Fund for Professional Players’ to help ease any difficulties that clubs are facing. Read Also:FIFA joins COVID-19 fight, pledges $10m Transfer windows, fixed around the end and start of the seasons, will also need to be adjusted to fit in with altered season dates and the document suggests such changes should be allowed, so long as they do not exceed the maximum 16-week period. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… The confidential document, seen by Reuters, also recommends allowing transfer windows to be changed in accordance with new season dates and urges clubs and players to work together to find solutions to salary payments during stoppages. The document is due to be discussed by members of Fifa’s Working Group later on Thursday. No decision on the issues has yet been taken by, which set up the working group on 18 March and said in a statement that it will “assess the need for amendments or temporary dispensations to the Fifa Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players” to protect contracts for both players and clubs and adjusting player registration periods. “This work has already started and will be conducted in consultation with all key stakeholders, including confederations, member associations, clubs, leagues and players,” Fifa added. Most domestic and international football competitions around the world have been suspended because of the pandemic and national team tournaments such as Euro 2020 and the Copa América have been postponed. While domestic leagues are hoping to resume when the threat from the virus has receded, concrete start dates have yet to be fixed. That leaves the issue of expiring player contracts, which are usually timed to finish at the end of a given season, as a potential headache. The key suggestion to the working group in the document seen by Reuters is that “where an agreement is due to expire at the original end date of a season, such expiry be extended until the new end date of the season”. Current contracts for players and coaches should be extended until the end of the delayed domestic football seasons, according to an internal FIFA  document presented to its Coronavirus Working Group.last_img read more

Borland, Sorensen step up as next man in for UW

first_imgChris Borland hopes to continue his strong play from last week, when he had 10 tackles and forced a fumble.[/media-credit]Next man in.Wisconsin football head coach Bret Bielema utilizes several catch phrases, but with starting outside linebacker Mike Taylor sidelined for the year with a knee injury, Bielema’s go-to clich? when speaking about team depth will face its stiffest test of the season yet.The loss of Taylor — a redshirt freshman leading the team in tackles with 46 in seven games played — will put the onus on true freshman linebacker Chris Borland and junior all-purpose linebacker Blake Sorensen to replace Taylor’s production.“You got an impact player like Mike Taylor who goes down — it definitely hits your team pretty hard,” UW senior linebacker Jaevery McFadden said. “At the same time we know what we have to do, we have to step up.“I talked to both Blake and Borland,” he continued. “Chris Borland is actually my hotel roommate, and I just tried to tell him, you are young, you are very gifted, just go out there and make plays.”Ideally, Sorensen and Borland will combine their respective strengths to minimize the loss of one of UW’s top playmakers.Technically receiving the start against Purdue Saturday, Borland will try to transfer the success he has had rushing the quarterback on third down to making plays in the 4-3 base defense. Filling in for the injured Taylor against Iowa two Saturdays ago, Borland led the team in tackles with 10, but the humble freshman said he blew several assignments he must learn from.“Some of those tackles came about because of my mistakes,” Borland said. “They threw the ball to the guy and I forgot to cover once … the statistics aren’t everything and I need to clean up my play a little bit.”Unlike the true freshman Borland, Sorensen can line up anywhere among the linebackers and be confident in his assignment.It is reacting and creating a play where the Minnesota native could take a page from Borland’s playbook.“[The other linebackers] kind of give me a hard time, you know, ‘you just do the right thing, you don’t make any plays,’” Sorensen, who has only 15 tackles for the season, said. “So that is the next step.”While Borland has been mostly limited to special teams play (where he has blocked a punt) and pass rushing from Wisconsin’s “Badger package” — a 3-3-5 defense defensive coordinator Dave Doeren likes to employ on third downs — Borland and his teammates are confident he can handle a bigger workload and avoid the proverbial “rookie wall.”Second on the team with 2.5 sacks and tied for first with two forced fumbles, Doeren said keeping Borland fresh to attack the quarterback has a priority when it comes to divvying out reps.Limiting him in practice after the bye week, Borland and his 235-pound body should handle the remaining Big Ten games just fine.“I played both [offense and defense] in high school, I played special teams in high school, so the first few games [at Wisconsin] I kind of felt like I hadn’t even played a complete game when it was over,” Borland said. “So I think I can handle a bigger workload.”The elder statesmen of the linebacking group, McFadden, vehemently agrees.“Chris man, he is bigger than me,” McFadden said. “He is over 230 (pounds), and I have been trying to crack 230 my last three years. Chris is definitely a physical specimen. There are some YouTube clips of him doing some freaky stuff in high school, and he blocked a punt here doing stuff like that.”As Borland tells it, shifting his mentality from rushing the passer to accounting for both the run and the pass in base will be his biggest challenge.Where Borland’s quick first step and aggressive play are a plus for getting to the quarterback, those same attributes could hurt his production in the 4-3 if he plays recklessly.“There are different things you do in base rather than rushing the passer, so you can’t really have the same mentality,” Borland said. “You have to be tenacious in both but a little more calm in base.”Whether it is Borland or Sorensen, the Badgers are holding firm to the “next man in” platitude.According to McFadden, Taylor’s absence won’t have a negative ripple effect of guys shifting in their roles.“I feel like that won’t happen,” McFadden said. “We have a good rotation and we know what we have to do. We’re not really worried about a ripple (effect) or whatever.”last_img read more

Trackers to be on the ice for three games over next three days

first_imgThe N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers will be on the bus this weekend for trips to Peace River and Grande Prairie. The team will take on the Peace River Royals tomorrow night before doing it all again in Grande Prairie against the Storm Saturday evening.The Trackers go into the weekend with a mark of 13-14-2.The club will conclude their regular season on Sunday at home against Slave Lake at 1 p.m.- Advertisement –last_img