The CES has announced the conditions for receiving support for June

first_img• Transport and storage – primarily passenger transport (rail, land, air and water) Employers who perform activities of a seasonal nature, regardless of the form of registration of the business entity, may use the support provided that they have registered activities and registered in the HZMO insured system by February 29.02.2020, XNUMX, and that at the time of application active status. Accommodation and food and beverage service activitiesAdministrative and support service activities – only rental and leasing activities and travel agencies, tour operators and other reservation services and related activities More details attached. Employers from the following sectors can apply for June support: Side dish: Support for job preservation in activities affected by Coronavirus (COVID – 19) for June 2020 Employers need to prove that in May 2020 they had a decrease in income by at least 50% compared to May 2019, based on the submission of the VAT form for May 2020. and May 2019. Tax Administration. Agriculture, forestry and fishing – only crop and livestock production, hunting and related service activities and fishing • Arts, entertainment and recreation only creative, artistic and entertainment activities, entertainment and recreational activities and production and screening of films and video films, sound recording and music publishing activities and their distribution • Organizers of cultural, business and sports events, organizers of fairs and weddings, and related activities such as companies for equipment rental, audio and video recording, ticket sales, hall rental and other companies that generate most of their income from events and public gatherings At the session held on May 29.05.2020, XNUMX. The CES Board of Directors has introduced Support for job preservation (COVID – 19) for June 2020., continuing support for job retention for eligible sectors whose business cannot be opened for objective reasons or have a decline of at least 50%, and caused by the COVID – 19 crisis, which seeks to avoid the dismissal of workers from the activities actually affected and the sudden entry of workers into the unemployment register. The Croatian Employment Service (CES) has announced the conditions for support for June with the aim of preserving jobs for employers whose economic activity has been disrupted due to a special circumstance caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19). • Other service activities – repair of computers and personal and household goods and other personal service activities onlylast_img read more

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Heat edge Lakers in thriller to keep NBA title dream alive

first_img“We got where we wanted to on offense, shared the ball like we always do,” Butler said.”This is a game of runs — I think we withstood theirs.”Butler drained two free throws with 16.8 seconds left to put Miami up by one.James, stymied under the basket, found Danny Green for a wide-open three-pointer with 7.1 seconds remaining but Green missed and Tyler Herro added two more free throws to seal it.”We got a hell of a look to win the game, to win the series,” James said. “Didn’t go down.”On a night that saw the Heat lead much of the way, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s three-pointer with 6:18 remaining put the Lakers up 97-96 — their first lead since the first quarter.But the Heat dug in, Duncan Robinson’s three-pointer putting Miami back up, 101-99 with 3:16 remaining, and it was a heavyweight slugfest the rest of the way, the lead changing hands seven more times.”It was all about getting stops, getting what we wanted on offense,” Butler said. “I still don’t think we rebounded the ball the way we were supposed to close out the game.”This one, it was a little bit of luck that Danny Green missed that one at the top of the key.”Duncan Robinson added 26 points for Miami. Kendrick Nunn had 14, Bam Adebayo 13, Herro 12 and Jae Crowder 11.James added 13 rebounds and seven assists for the Lakers.Anthony Davis added 28 points and Caldwell-Pope scored 16.The frantic finish was foreshadowed by a first quarter that saw eight lead changes.The tension was palpable when Los Angeles center Dwight Howard tangled with Butler and the two had to be separated less than five minutes into the contest, each receiving a technical foul.The Lakers got an early injury scare when Davis, battling Andre Iguodala for a rebound late in the first quarter, took an awkward hop and limped off the court.Lakers ‘got to be better’ The Lakers, trailing 25-24 through one quarter, said Davis had aggravated a right heel contusion. He stayed on the sideline, testing the injury as the game continued and returning in the second quarter.The Heat twice pushed their lead to 11 points in the second period, Nunn’s putback layup making it 50-39 with 3:41 left in the first half.Butler poured in 22 points in the first half on seven-of-10 shooting on the way to his second triple-double of the series.He’s just the sixth player in NBA Finals history to have multiple triple-doubles in the title series, and just the second, along with James, to have multiple 30-point triple-doubles in the same Finals.James made sure the Lakers kept it close with 21 first-half points while Davis had 13 before the break.But the Lakers’ bid for a record-equalling 17th NBA title — their first since 2010 — was at least temporarily denied.”We’ve just got to be better in game six and close the series,” James said.Topics : Jimmy Butler’s triple-double propelled Miami to a 111-108 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday that kept the Heat alive in the NBA Finals.Butler scored 35 points with 12 rebounds and 11 assists and the Heat withstood a 40-point performance from Lakers superstar LeBron James to deny Los Angeles a title-clinching win in the NBA’s quarantine bubble at Orlando.The Lakers still lead the best-of-seven series three games to two and can secure the title with a game-six victory on Sunday. Game seven, if needed, will be on Tuesday.”We’ve got two more to get,” said Butler, who played more than 47 minutes and delivered a stunning display of will and skill.”We just played hard, and just stayed with it,” said Butler, who has insisted the Heat can become just the second NBA team to rally from a 3-1 deficit to win the championship series.The only other team to do it was the James-led Cleveland Cavaliers against Golden State in 2016.last_img read more

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Men’s Hockey: Badgers prepare for Border Battle series against Gophers

first_imgTh University of  Wisconsin men’s hockey team (14-13-4, 8-9-3 Big Ten) will take on longtime rival University of Minnesota (16-13-1, 7-10-1 Big Ten) this weekend in Madison with games on Friday and Saturday night.Wisconsin and Minnesota are both in the latter half of the top 20 in the USCHO standings, ranked No. 17 and No. 12 respectively.  With 16 teams making the Frozen Four and only four games left in the regular season, the Badgers will need to have an impressive run to earn a spot in the tournament.The Badgers have been playing solidly of late, riding the momentum from three weeks ago when they upset No. 1 Notre Dame at a neutral site in Chicago. Since that game, Wisconsin’s only loss has been when they split their last series against University of Michigan.Men’s Hockey: Badgers take on Wolverines, enter home stretch of regular seasonThe Wisconsin Men’s Hockey Team enters February riding a three-game winning streak and preparing to face a critical point in Read…Wisconsin scores slightly more than Minnesota at 3.26 goals per game to the Gophers 3.21. Luke Kunin leads the Badgers in this category with 12 goals on the year whereas Rem Pitlick is the primary option for Minnesota with nine goals.Despite comparable offensive output, Minnesota’s defense has been significantly better, averaging almost half a point less per game at 2.47 goals to Wisconsin’s 2.9 goals.Wisconsin will be without their head coach, Tony Granato, who is off in South Korea leading the charge for the United States Olympic Team.First puck drop will be in the Kohl Center at 8 p.m. Friday night and the next game Saturday at 8 p.m. with coverage of both available on BTN Plus.last_img read more

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