The ERTE in soccer will also have an extension

first_imgIf he alarm status is already in its second extension and could have some more for the coronavirus, the Temporary Employment Regulation Records who are soliciendo los clubs professionals now, for “causes of force majeure” and to counteract inactivity, also will have its continuation in some cases when finish confinement. The First and Second entities, have taken this step now or not as LaLiga encouraged them, may request another ERTE then for “economic reasons” if the competition has not restarted at the same time as the rest of activities in Spain.The league hoped that the labor authority that operates in the different provincial administrations under the Ministry of Labor open your hand. Nevertheless, Barcelona, ​​Espanyol and Alavés, who were the first to request this measure, for different reasons and with different applications among their players and workers, they have already verified that aids will cover them until the Government decree he end of alarm state and no more, as I made clear the BOE the day of its launch: “The duration of ERTE authorized under the anticipated causes cannot be extended beyond the period in which the situation extraordinary derived from COVID-19, it being understood, therefore, that its maximum duration will be that of the alarm state. This limitation will be applicable both in those files with respect to which the express resolutionas those who are resolved for administrative silence, regardless of the content of the request. “Atlético, Las Palmas, Zaragoza, Racing, Ponferradina and those who come from behind such as Tenerife, Rayo and Alba they know what there is. The ERTE they can be chained without limitation. The Barca, for example, whose record did not affect the first team, will not extend it. It will agree on wages. The rest should justify very well the reasons for requesting a second file for technical and economic organizational reasons. “The difference with the of overwhelming force is that you can to last what agree with the workers. You have to put an end date to that ERTE, although later it can be modified with consensus and whenever the labor authority is notified, “assures a government source.He ERTE of force majeure can be started, as now, by “those who have their direct cause in the loss of activity as a consequence of different government measures adopted: suspension or cancellation of activities, temporary closure of public affluence premises, restrictions on public transport and mobility of people or goods in general, or urgent and extraordinary situations due to contagion of the template or measures of preventive isolation“. He ERTE who will come later affects “the job suspension or, conversely, to a reduction of working hours in case the dismissal is not needed, obeying economic, technical, organizational causes or of production“He ERTE will not produce effects at listing period, which will be considered as effectively quoted. It supposes the 70% of the regulatory base during the first six months and 50% from the seventh month. Players can agree that the club will assume part of the loss, stopping paying contributions and partially supplementing, as compensation, the difference between salary and unemployment benefit. A professional player, hired to full time, could win like maximum 1,411 euros if you have two children and at least 1,098 euros if you don’t have them. Those figures would decrease if he were hired part-time.last_img read more

After bloody UAAP Finals opener, Baldwin says Game 2 ‘won’t be any different’

first_imgBaldwin admitted the fouls affected Blue Eagles’ offensive rhythm.“We had a hard time. I don’t think we played fluid at all. I thought it was kind of a scrappy game and I guess in the cauldron of this whole atmosphere, that can be expected from young players, but generally, we don’t perform that well when it’s a scrappy kind of game,” he said.Ateneo, though, also benefitted from the foul-plagued game with La Salle’s Ben Mbala saddled by foul trouble and was limited to a season-low eight points.“I thought it was telling that Mbala and (Abu) Tratter played 57 minutes in this game and had eight fouls. (Chibueze) Ikeh and George (Go) played 38 minutes and had nine fouls, and we consider that a victory somehow. That’s crazy to think of that as some kind of victory, but when you play La Salle, it is,” he said.Baldwin liked what saw in terms of his players’ resolve is concerned but he made it clear that Ateneo shouldn’t rest on its laurels, especially with a chance to win the title on Wednesday.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. “I thought our fight, our tenacity, and our character were evident today and I think those are big factors,” he said. “But I don’t expect we’ll have to think any differently [of La Salle] going to Wednesday’s game. It’s the second battle of a long war.” Castro maps out key plays for Gilas in win over Japan Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. READ: Ateneo holds on, beats La Salle in Game 1 of UAAP FinalsEmotions poured into the court as the fierce rivals engaged in a highly-physical affair that even saw Matt Nieto incur a cut above his left eye after receiving an inadvertent elbow from Ben Mbala late in the first half.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneREAD: Matt Nieto bloodied after collision with Ben MbalaThe numbers also showed just how intense the game was as both teams were called for a combined 47 fouls. Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAfter steering Ateneo to a rousing 76-70 win over La Salle in a rough-and-tumble Game 1 in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball Finals on Saturday, Blue Eagles coach Tab Baldwin doesn’t expect the physicality to get any less intense in Game 2.“We anticipated that. You get that all the time with La Salle. La Salle won’t be any different on Wednesday. It would be silly to think otherwise because that’s their M.O. and they’re good at it. They push the rules to the limit and they push the referees to the limit,” Baldwin said.ADVERTISEMENT It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View commentslast_img read more

Bus operator, carpenter granted bail for brawl

first_imgThirty-nine-year-old minibus operator Nigel Douglas and 30-year-old carpenter Sherlock Yaw were both released on $30,000 bail for assaulting each other during an alleged altercation at Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD).The duo appeared before Magistrate Rushell Liverpool at the Wales Magistrate’s Court last week, where they both denied committing the offence, which Police said occurred on March 9, 2018.Douglas, of Unity Street, La Grange, WBD, denied that he assaulted Yaw causing him actual bodily harm while Yaw, who resides in Schoonord, WBD, denied that he unlawfully wounded Douglas. As the prosecution had no objections to bail, the defendants were granted their pre-trial liberty. The case will continue on May 31, 2018.last_img read more

34 graduate from ‘Care for the Elderly and First Aid’ workshop

first_imgFirst Lady Sandra Granger this afternoon commended the 34 graduates for successfully completing the Care for the Elderly and the First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training workshop.First Lady Sandra Granger and other officials posed with graduates on FridayThe workshop was organised by the Office of the First Lady in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Protection. The closing ceremony was held at the Baridi Benab at State House, Georgetown.Granger, in her remarks, encouraged the graduates to use the certificate that they have achieved to earn gainful employment. “We have embarked on a programme to ensure that whatever job you do, you are trained to do it, so you are going to be trained practitioners,” she said.The First Lady also thanked the Ministry of Social Protection for their continued support for the programme. She noted, “I am very thankful for the confidence reposed in me by the Minister and the Ministry, and of course by the support we get at all levels…which makes it possible for us to embark on these exercises…”Meanwhile, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Secretary-General to Guyana, Patrice La Fleur, urged the graduates to not only seek employment, but to share the education and skills they have obtained through their participation in the workshop.“I urge you to make the most of your training. It is a huge and significant investment in your present and future status,” La Fleur stated.The five-day workshop was aimed at providing caregivers with the requisite knowledge that caregivers need to be effective at their job.Areas covered in the training were responsibilities of the caregiver and skills in communicating with the elderly. Focus was also placed on dealing with mental health issues such as Alzheimer’s disease, stress management, abuse of seniors, management and care of diabetics, and feeding of seniors.This training was facilitated by Licensed Clinical Social Worker Ismay Griffith and Gender Consultant at the Ministry of Social Protection, Hazel Halley-Burnett.In an invited comment, Dianna Deonarine, a graduate of the programme, said she plans to pursue the personal care assistant programme as she works towards her new career path as a full-time caregiver or nurse.Oneisha Lane, another graduate, expressed her gratitude to the First Lady for coordinating the programme, and said: “I have gained a lot of knowledge about how to care for elderly persons, and how much this need is overlooked by other people in society. So this programme really raised a lot of awareness about how we should care for the elderly,” She saidlast_img read more

DISAPPOINTMENT FOR DONEGAL ATHLETES AT EURO TEAM CHAMPS

first_imgIreland finished in tenth place of twelve at the European Team Championships in Izmir Turkey with 224.5 points, ahead of Slovenia with 200.5 points, securing a place in the First League for 2013 when Athletics Ireland hopes to host the event.Fionnuala Britton (Kilcoole AC) produced the top individual performance of the championships, continuing her excellent form of late, finishing second in the 5000m in 15:37.78. The race was won by Alemitu Bekele in 15:37.15. The talented U23 athlete, Kourosh Foroughi (Star of the Sea), produced the best of the field events finishing third in the high jump with a leap of 2.15m. The 400m hurdlers also produced some exciting performances with Jessie Barr (Ferrybank AC) smashing her personal best of 58.19, finishing fifth in 57.21 and setting a new Irish U23 record. This time was also inside the qualification standard for the World University Games and the European U23 championships (which she had already achieved). Timmy Crowe (Dooneen AC) also put in an impressive run achieving the European U23 Championships standard in the men’s event in a personal best of 51.59 to finish fourth. The women’s 4×400m team of Joanne Cuddihy (Kilkenny City Harriers), Marian Heffernan (Togher AC), Clare Bergin (Dundrum South Dublin) and Michelle Carey (Dublin City Striders) finished second in 3:31.25. The team were unfortunate not to be drawn in the heat with eventually winner’s Turkey as their time of 3:29.40 could have potentially assisted the team in breaking the Irish record of 3.30.11.Jason Smyth (City of Derry AC), who recently set a personal best of 10.22, put in a solid performance to finish fourth in 10.44, with Amy Foster (North Down AC) also finishing in fourth place in 10.60. Foster went on to run a personal best of 23.58 in the 200m, finishing in sixth place. Paul Hession (Athenry AC) in finishing fifth in the men’s event produced a seasonal best of 20.65 David Gillick (Dundrum South Dublin) failed to improve on his seasonal best of 46.64 from the New York Diamond League finishing in seventh place in 46.95. Michelle Carey (Dublin Striders AC) who switched from her usual 400m hurdles to the 400m flat, was just off her seasonal best finishing eighth in 53.49.In the Sprint hurdles, European Silver Medallist, Derval O’Rourke (Leevale AC) ran a solid season opener of 13.11 to finish in fourth place. Her training partner Ian McDonald (Crusaders AC) had to withdraw from the Men’s 110m Hurdles due to injury. Gordon Kennedy (Tullamore AC) stepped up to ensure that Ireland gained points from the event.Roseanne Galligan (Newbridge AC) finished seventh in 2.05.57 in the 800m. In the men’s event Darren McBrearty (Letterkenny AC) finished ninth in 1:52.31 in a very physical race that saw McBrearty bumped as the athletes came into the home straight. In the 1500m, Rory Chesser was fifth in 4.02.46 while in her European Team Championships debut, Ciara Mageean (City of Lisburn) produced a gutsy performance and competed well to finish fourth in the 1500m in 4:27.20. In the 3000m former European Indoor Bronze Medallist Mary Cullen (North Sligo AC) was off her best running 9.17.53 to place sixth. In the women’s 3000m steeplechase Stephanie O’Reilly (Sli Cualann AC), was off her personal best that she set last week in the NY Diamond league but her time of 9.53.79 secured a fourth place for the team. David Flynn who has already achieved the U23 qualification standard finished eighth in the 3000m steeplechase in 9:06.94.Irish Pole Vault Record Holder, Tori Pena (Finn Valley AC) was below her best, with a jump of 3.80m finishing sixth. While, Brian McGovern (Ballinamore AC) unfortunately failed to record a jump in the men’s event. Deirdre Ryan finished seventh in the women’s high jump with a best of 1,85m. The Men’s 4×100m team produced a good performance to finish third in 39.61. The team was Jason Smyth, Chris Russell, Stephen Colvert and Paul Hession. The Irish women’s World Championships bound 4×100m team of Amy Foster (North Down AC), Niamh Whelan (Ferrybank AC), Claire Brady (Celbridge AC) and Derval O’Rourke (Leevale AC) dropped the baton on the first change over. The men’s team ran 3:06.76 to finish fifth.DISAPPOINTMENT FOR DONEGAL ATHLETES AT EURO TEAM CHAMPS was last modified: June 19th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal athleticslast_img read more

LETTERKENNY GAELS HOST 5K ROAD RACE AND FUN RUN

first_imgLetterkenny Gaels GAA Club is hosting a 5K Road Race, Fun Run and Walk on Wednesday evening next the 5th June at 7.30pm.Registration will commence from 6pm at the Glebe Club House.Entry fee is €8 for Adults and €5 for U16’s. €10 per Family for Fun Run/Walk. Presentations and Refreshments after the Race and Walk.Everybody welcome!For more information Contact 085 174 2175 or 086 227 1435.  LETTERKENNY GAELS HOST 5K ROAD RACE AND FUN RUN was last modified: May 30th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Fun RunLetterkenny Gaelslast_img read more

DONEGAL YOUNG FINE GAEL IN ‘PROVINCE’ BOOB

first_imgYOUNG FINE GAEL in the county has made a major boob – by describing the North as ‘the Province’.The term, used by direct rule British ministers and staunch unionists for 70 years to describe the North, was posted on Facebook early this morning by Young Fine Gael Donegal.They were responding to a press release from Sinn Fein TD Padraig Mac Lochlainn in which he criticised the Government over its water charges plan. The youth group posted a response directly to the Donegal North East TD. It read: “We’ll study how you collect them in Northern Ireland, including the rises implemented across almost every District in the Province this year and take it from there!!”The ‘province’ of course is Ulster – and includes Donegal.You can read TD Mac Lochlainn’s comments in our news section.Later in a message left on donegaldaily.com a spokesman from Fine Gael didn’t use the word ‘Province’ for the North. He did say however: “Has anyone asked MacLochlainn where the return for the NPRF is by using it to fix leaky pipes?  Where is the return for investment?  That is not what the NPRF is for and they criticised Fianna Fail for years raiding it for projects with zero return.“He also says it’s to pay for greedy bankers in Europe.  At the end of the day we are using a utility which costs money to produce.    Someone has to pay for it.  Does he claim we should give electricity out for free as well?!?“Maybe he can give the Government a few tips on collecting these charges seeing as Sinn Fein have been collecting them for years with the DUP in Northern Ireland.  Pure hypocrite.  Not only that but they implemented increases in domestic rates across almost every District in Northern Ireland this year.“MacLochlainn and Sinn Fein need to cease speaking out of both sides of their mouths!!  DONEGAL YOUNG FINE GAEL IN ‘PROVINCE’ BOOB was last modified: April 17th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL YOUNG FINE GAEL IN ‘PROVINCE’ BOOBlast_img read more

Uganda Cranes striker off to Estonia

first_img Tags: Edrisa LubegaFloridsdorfer ACPaide Linnameeskondproline fcsteven mukwalaSV Guntamatic Reid This will be Edrisa Lubega’s third European club. (PHOTO/courtesy)Proline FC striker Edrisa ‘Torres’ Lubega is on the move again.According to reports, the pacey striker has been loaned to Estonian side Paide Linnameeskond.Lubega who just returned to Proline a few months ago is understood to have signed a two-year deal that will see him in Estonia up until 2021 with an option to extend it on a permanent basis.This will be his third European side following loan stints at SV Guntamatic Reid and Floridsdorfer AC.The 21-year old is one of the most promising strikers in Ugandan football but has somehow failed to further his development.He has consistently been part of the national team set up but failed to tie down a starting slot.After re-joining Proline in the summer, he has gone on to net four goals and hence summoned to the Uganda Cranes team that is currently taking part in the 2019 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Kampala. However, due to injury, he was dropped and replaced with Steven Mukwala.About Lubega’s new clubPaide Linnameeskond is a football club based in Paide, Estonia, that competes in the Meistriliiga, the top flight of Estonian football.The club’s home ground is Paide Linnastaadion.Founded in 2004, the club has played in the Meistriliiga since 2009 and have never been relegated from the Estonian top division.Comments last_img read more

Lady Spartans win in 5 over Foothill; Cardinals, Bulldogs, Warriors win in straight sets

first_imgPalo Cedro >> The Red Bluff Lady Spartans continued their winning ways Thursday evening, beating the Foothill Cougars 3 sets to 2 in a non-league match.The Cougars took the first set 28-26 but the Spartans bounced back to take the next two sets, 25-20 and 25-21. The Cougars rebounded to win the fourth set 25-23 but Red Bluff took the tie-breaker 15-6.Ashley Tignore racked up 26 digs in the win and was named player of the match by coach Kelli Mustaine.Logan Wheeler had 24 kills, 2 aces, 9 …last_img read more

2010: a home match for every team

first_img21 December 2009As a country made up of diverse cultures and nationalities, South Africa is a vibrant and colourful mix and, with the 2010 Fifa World Cup™ only a few months away, this will become even more apparent as team colours from around the world are brought out for the 2010 party.Portugal in South AfricaCarlos Rodrigues Pereira is a 24-year-old finance student and a second-generation Portuguese-South African, his grandfather having immigrated to South Africa with his mother in 1965.“People like myself and a lot of my friends have all been born in South Africa, while our grandparents or parents immigrated here, so we all have strong Portuguese and South African roots,” says Pereira. “We will all support Portugal in the World Cup. It feels like my home team.”Pereira believes the Portuguese team will receive a lot of attention during the World Cup. “People are going crazy already with the fact that the team has made it into the finals, so you can only imagine what it is going to be like when the tournament starts. I think people are going to see more Portuguese flags than any other nation, bar South Africa, during 2010.“For the community here, it will be incredible for them to be able to support their team; if they come anywhere close to winning it will be huge.”Cote d’Ivoire in South AfricaEtienne Gaba is an Ivorian-born restauranteur who has lived in South Africa for over 11 years. In the beginning of 2000, he opened his establishment in the central suburb of Yoeville in Johannesburg, and since then House Ivorian has become a meeting place for many Cote d’Ivoire nationals living in the city.Gaba’s excitement for 2010 is tangible. “I was very, very happy; I was watching in the restaurant, with the rest of the Ivorian community, the day Ivory Coast qualified, and we had a big party.”Gaba is looking forward to hosting some of his visiting countrymen in 2010. “The supporters will be here from Cote d’Ivoire; I think these people need to eat Ivorian food, so my hope is to get the right ingredients to create the right food for them particularly.“I hope Didier Drogba will come to my restaurant; where else is he going to go?”House Ivorian is getting ready to be one of the Elephants’ strongholds during the tournament. “For the World Cup we will have lots going on at the restaurant, showing people from Cote d’Ivoire a bit of home and showing other people what it is like to join the Ivorian community during the match and partying with us.”Who would Gaba like to see playing the Elephants in 2010? “I would like Ivory Coast to play some big teams like Argentina, France or even Brazil, to show the world that Africa has got the players.”Italy in South AfricaThe Italian Club in Johannesburg was founded by Italian immigrants that wanted to have a place where the community could meet with their families and friends, offering a home away from home.Helena Ricchiuti, events co-ordinator at the club, says that although there are no firm plans yet for the World Cup, there will definitely be a lot going on at the venue during the games. “If you are Italian and didn’t get a ticket to watch a game live, you can come here and enjoy it with us.“We don’t just stick to our own culture,” explains Ricchiuti. “We all have friends of different nationalities, so it is nice to have them coming to support our team, and we will be supporting their teams.“It’s like every country will be playing in their own home ground during 2010.”Source: 2010 Fifa World Cup South Africa Organising Committeelast_img read more