Amendments to the “Permanent Seasonal” measure, exceptionally during the special circumstances caused by the coronavirus, would enable the payment of financial assistance to about 7.500 craftsmen and contribute to the preservation of these jobs, according to the HOK proposal. In the proposal, HOK states that seasonal trades have been left out of this measure, because the season has yet to begin, and many will find themselves in big trouble and will most likely resort to the measure of deregistering trades and registering with the Employment Service. Therefore, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce proposes the inclusion of craftsmen in the measure for permanent seasonal workers, because they do not differ in any way from the permanent seasonal workers, taking into account that they work six to nine months as self-employed persons in their seasonal trade. trades are repeated from year to year. The Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts sent to the Ministry of Labor and Pension System and the Croatian Employment Service a proposal to amend the “Permanent Seasonal” measure. Namely, as reported by HOK, the measure “Permanent seasonal” does not include seasonal craftsmen, of which there are about 7.500 in Croatia.
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Newcastle boss Steve McClaren reflected on a “self-inflicted” defeat at Chelsea which saw the Magpies drop into the relegation zone.They have just 12 games remaining to climb clear to Premier League safety, but having spent over £80million in the last two transfer windows, McClaren insists ‘there is enough quality’ in the squad.The Blues were 3-0 up inside 17 minutes and looked like champions, but that was mainly down to Newcastle’s calamitous defending as McClaren’s men lost for the sixth straight away game to fall back into the relegation zone.The Magpies have more than two weeks to dwell on the defeat as the FA Cup takes place next week.They next play at Stoke on March 2 and will go to Spain for a training camp in the meantime.McClaren reflected: “The majority of the goals and opportunities were self-inflicted.”He defended the trip to La Manga, insisting the 18-day gap between games was an opportunity to regroup and the only way to play a game, against Norwegians Lillestrom.He added: “During the game and at half-time all the anger and disappointment and frustration has already been expelled.“Now in the cold light of day we have to be reflective, calm and we have to know that there are 12 games to go.“It’s a good opportunity to regroup, get organised, stay calm, be stable, don’t let this derail us.“The 18 days are good. We have to stick together in that dressing room.“There’s enough quality in there. We have to show character and fight.” ‘There’s enough quality in there – we have to show character and fight’ – Newcastle boss Steve McClaren remains defiant 1