employers

Croatian, French employers interested in new jobs

Croatian and French employers met at the Croatian Employers Association (HUP) on Tuesday, discussing possibilities of expanding existing and opening new partnerships, notably in construction and energy, with an emphasis on infrastructure projects.

Unions, employers accuse govt of being apathetic about social dialogue

Having in mind that responsibility toward social partners is a reflection of responsibility toward citizens and their future, SSSH and HUP appeal for a more responsible and constructive approach to social dialogue.

EU seeks equal labour rights for workers posted in other countries

European workers whose employers send them to other EU member states should be granted the same pay and labour conditions as local employees, the European Commission said Tuesday, in a proposal aimed at preventing unfair labour market competition.

Employers for public procurement based on economically most favourable offer

The Croatian Employers Association (HUP) said on Friday that it advocated public procurement based on the economically most favourable offer instead of the currently prevalent lowest price criterion.

Metro Cash & Carry Hrvatska among top employers in Europe

Metro Cash & Carry Croatia has been awarded the Top Employers Croatia 2016 and Top Employers Europe 2016 certification, the company said on Friday.

HUP: Reforms announced by government invisible in guidelines

The head of the Croatian Employers' Association (HUP), Davor Majetic, said on Thursday that the reforms that had been announced by the government were not visible in its guidelines for drafting this year's budget.

Over 7,400 employers wage defaulters

A total of 7,413 employers that have 25,845 workers on their payrolls, failed to pay salaries to their employees, according to updated statistics released by the Croatian Tax Administration on Monday.

7,300 employers in Croatia not paying wages to 25,000 workers

A total of 7,300 employers in Croatia are not paying wages to their workers, according to the latest data from the National Tax Authority.

Reforms stagnated in 2015, employers slightly optimistic about 2016

HUP president Gordana Deranja said that Croatia was at the end of a year that would overturn a series of negative trends and that it had finally come out of recession and was beginning to see economic growth.

Employers satisfied with their workers' organisational skills

Even though they give high grades for their workers' organisation, 23% of the surveyed employers admit that their projects are late because of poor organisation.