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Sunny Hvar and the Trade Union of Tourism and Services of Croatia signed a new amendment to the Collective Agreement

first_imgIn recent years, Sunny Hvar records the best results and the longest season in the history of the company, launches a new investment cycle and creates new jobs in one of the most developed tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, while the 2018 season, although still lasting, is the most successful ever, reports from Sunny Hvar and point out that behind excellent business results are their employees.”Sunčani Hvar bases its success on highly motivated and productive human resources, so the achieved business results each year are accompanied by significant investments in improving the compensation packages of all team members, in accordance with the human resources development strategy.” emphasize from Sunny Hvar.And that this is not only in the context of PR and just an empty story, says the fact that in 2018 Sunčani Hvar surprised its employees at the beginning of the season when, in addition to increasing the minimum basic salary, provided additional salary growth for 18 jobs to 12%. “Taking into account the long-term human resources management strategy which is on the one hand focused on the development of talented individuals who turn business experience into a successful career, and on the other hand to encourage satisfaction and motivation of all employees who recognize the company as a place for safe seasonal work. for the second time in a year, it increased salaries, thus exceeding employee expectations. ” they pointed out from Sunny Hvar.As of September 1, 2018, in cooperation with the Croatian Trade Union of Tourism and Services, the Company’s Management Board announced the entry into force of a new Tariff Annex that includes another tariff increase for 20 jobs and guarantees additional salary growth for employees up to 8%. .In October 2018, an additional increase in the minimum basic salary will be applied, and taking into account the salary increases from the beginning of the season, Sunčani Hvar has provided all its team members with a total salary increase of 3% to 20%. Additionally, in July and August, all employees received cash prizes in the amount of HRK 500 net per month due to the achieved business results, and the same is expected for all employees this year and in September!The package that employees receive in Sunčani Hvar is not only reduced to salary but also takes into account the aspect of overall satisfaction through investments in accommodation facilities and food for employees, additional free facilities in accommodation facilities, regular working hours, providing a day off, training and education, and additional benefits of 50% discount in the company’s restaurants and bars.“Permanent Seasonal” ProgramThis year, Sunčani Hvar is also launching a “permanent season” program, a measure of active employment policy implemented by the company in cooperation with the Croatian Employment Service, and offering employees who enter the program financial stability throughout the year will be presented to employees in the coming period. Given that the response of seasonal employees is exceptional, Sunčani Hvar will use the maximum legal number of contracts for “permanent seasonal workers” and sign over 140 of them, they point out from Sunčani Hvar and add “Statistics showing that more than 60% of the total number of seasonal employees are seasonal returnees, and the fact that more than 50% of new candidates apply for jobs on the recommendation of seasonal returnees are real indicators of successful human resource management strategies and satisfaction of all team members. “The only solution to the problem of labor shortage is to improve working conditions and increase wages, there is no other quality and sustainable alternative.last_img read more

John Cooper, 81: April 21, 1932 – Aug. 6, 2013

first_imgJohn CooperJohn Robert Cooper, 81, died Tuesday, August 6 at St. Francis Hospital. He was born April 21, 1932, in Granby, Missouri to Everett and Mona (Cole) Cooper.After graduating from Granby High School, John served his country in the Korean War as a communications specialist. Upon returning to the United States, he worked for Boeing for a couple years, and then began working for Beechcraft. During his time there, he helped plan and design their EMC testing facility, and once won $1,000 in a contest for a money-saving suggestion.He retired in 1995 after 36 years at Beechcraft as the test engineer in charge of EMC testing for their Engineering and Experimental Division. After retirement, John became the family cook, and enjoyed trying out new recipes like borscht and blonde lasagna. Family was very important to John. He prepared many feasts for his extended family and he rarely missed the annual Cooper cousin reunion in Missouri. He was very handy around the house and used to repair TVs in his spare time.He liked genealogy, and researching his family tree back hundreds of years. His main hobby was woodworking, and he made many pieces of furniture for family and friends that will be treasured for years to come, including barrister bookcases, jewelry boxes, and quilt racks. Another of John’s hobbies was polka dancing, which led him to become the first president of the POLK of A Club of Kansas. John is preceded in death by his parents, Everett and Mona (Cole) Cooper and his sister, Betty (Ron) Gaenzle. He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Elsie; daughters Beverly (Dana) Anderson, Wellington, KS; Terri (Mike) Welch, Houston, TX, granddaughters Laura (Drew) Spencer, Roeland Park, KS, Danielle Anderson, Manhattan, KS; Tess and Jillian Welch of Houston, TX; and brothers Billy Joe Cooper and Jerry Lynn Cooper of Granby, MO. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Via Christi Foundation. Visitation 1-8 p.m. Saturday (family present 4-6 p.m.), at Culbertson-Smith Mortuary, 115 S. Seneca. View tributes at www.smithfamilymortuaries.com.last_img read more