FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailESTERO, Fla. (AP) — Jordan Roland had 24 points with five 3-pointers as Northeastern got past Weber State 79-69 in the Gulf Coast Showcase on Wednesday.Bolden Brace had 18 points and seven rebounds for Northeastern (4-4). Greg Eboigbodin added a career-best 13 points and Shaquille Walters had eight rebounds. Roland hit 9 of 10 from the free-throw line.Roland scored 17 points in the first half as Northeastern led 47-29. The Huskies made 10 of 14 3-pointers in the first half (71%) and finished 15 of 26.Cody John had 21 points for the Wildcats (1-5). Jerrick Harding added 17 points and Kham Davis had 10. Written by Tags: Gulf Coast Showcase/Jordan Roland/Northeastern Huskies/Weber State Wildcats Basketball Associated Press November 27, 2019 /Sports News – Local Roland scores 24 to carry Northeastern over Weber St. 79-69
Import of foreign labor is necessary, we fought for a quota of 65.100 licenses for import of labor, and it is a good short-term solution to the problem, but the ultimate goal is a systematic solution, better linking education and labor market, and the introduction of dual education advocating HGK, is one of the conclusions of the panel. Photo: HGK The director of the seafarers’ employment agency Pasat doo, Ino Munitić, spoke about the experiences of working with the Philippine workforce, pointing out that 10.000 Filipinos are ready to come to work in Croatia immediately. ”The quality of service is important to us, and with the right selection, Filipino workers, who are hardworking, dedicated and discreet, can offer it. ”, said Munitić. Photo: HGK Žana Alfirević, Deputy President of the Professional Group of Catering Activities at ŽK Split, which owns the Split restaurants No Stress and Kinoteka, stated that their problem is the constant outflow of staff, and Sandra Čanić, Head of Human Resources at the Radisson Blu Hotel, that in different ways , through training programs and formal and non-formal education, seek to retain key employees. She also pointed out the importance of returning staff after the season, and they have good experience with the practice of circularity of workers, ie the possibility for a worker who, for example, worked in the summer season in Split to do winter work in Amsterdam. Despite this year’s increase in labor import import quotas to 65.100, of which quotas in tourism have been increased by more than 100%, labor is still a problem plaguing our companies. The discussion was attended by representatives of companies from the tourism and trade sector, who pointed out first hand the situation in the industries, the problems they face and the ways in which they are solved, and representatives of institutions involved in this issue. Diana Jakšić, Head of the Sector for Administrative and Inspection Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior of the Split-Dalmatia Police Administration, spoke about the procedures for importing foreign workers, Renato Jerončić from the regional office of the Croatian Employment Service in Split on CES statistics and measures such as Permanent Season. Ante Antunović from the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute, Regional Office in Split on a new employment opportunity for various groups of pensioners for four hours a day. “The Croatian Chamber of Commerce has long anticipated today’s problem, ie that demographic trends, overcoming the recession and joining the European Union will lead to a shortage of labor. We have large contingents of people who are outside the world of work, such as young people, forced early retirees, people with disabilities, etc., but also to put them all into operation, we are forced to import workers.”, Said the advisor in the Croatian Chamber of Commerce for labor policy and employment, Davorko Vidović. Vidović announced that the Law on Foreigners is being amended and that in June we will have a law that will enable the import of workers without quotas and with simple procedures. “We have an extremely successful season ahead of us for which we must prepare well. Although the atmosphere of the destination is best conveyed by local people, for short-term solutions to the problem of the workforce in tourism, we need the advice of experts that we will hear here today.”, Said the director of the Tourist Board of the city of Split, Alijana Vukšić. The tourist season is just around the corner, and the lack of manpower is an obvious problem, said at the beginning of the round table the president of ŽK Split Joze Tomaš and added that a round table was organized to bring together experts from the real sector and institutions. they would try to detect possible solutions to the workforce in tourism and trade. ”Labor shortages are a limiting factor and one of the burning problems faced by employers, especially in sectors that form the basis of economic growth such as manufacturing, construction, tourism. At this point, we need to give a chance to the foreign workforce, and at the same time not stop working on bringing back our domestic workforce. ”emphasized the Vice President of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce for Construction, Transport and Communications, Mirjana Čagalj. Although it has a smaller labor shortage problem than tourism, trade is an activity listed for the first time this year in the distribution of labor import permits. ”At Tommy, we conduct internal training programs and various additional trainings for our employees, with which we try to keep employees.”, Said Ivo Bukša, head of human resources at this largest Dalmatian employer. A round table was held at the Split County Chamber yesterday on the topic “Foreign Workforce – Challenges and Solutions for a Successful Tourist Season ” with the aim of constructive discussion on the current topic of labor shortage and finding possible solutions in the tourism and trade sectors.