High speed internet will contribute to the development of tourism in Lika

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first_imgThis is one of the most financially valuable EU-funded projects in the City of Gospić in the last few decades and Gospić is the first city in Lika-Senj County to start implementing the project. The project, which started in July 2017, includes the implementation of the next generation fixed broadband access network (NGA) with a speed of 100 Mbit / s in all settlements of the City of Gospić, Otočac and Plitvice Lakes Municipality where high-speed broadband access services are currently not available. that is, in areas where operators do not plan to invest in real estate in the next three yearsnext-generation broadband access networks.   With the implementation of the project, every village and hamlet in these areas of Lika will have access to a high-speed Internet network. This is very important news for too growing tourism of Lika because the poor internet network was what guests often complained about, and the implementation of high-speed broadband access will greatly contribute to improving the quality of economic development. The City of Gospić as the project holder, along with the City of Otočac and the Municipality of Plitvice Lakes participating in the project, was approved financial resources in the maximum amount of HRK 75 million for the implementation Broadband Internet Infrastructure Development Project for the area of ​​the City of Gospić worth a total of HRK 98 million. last_img read more

William Hill leadership forgoes 2020 incentives to protect retail workforce

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first_img Ulrik Bengtsson Group Chief Executive of William Hill Plc has agreed to relinquish his executive performance rewards and entitlements for 2020, in light of ongoing COVID-19 impacts on the business and its global workforce.William Hill confirmed Bengtsson’s decision publishing the FTSE250 betting group’s ‘2020 Executive Remuneration’ report this afternoon.Countering COVID-19 disruptions across its business channels, William Hill governance states that its focus remains on ‘protecting key stakeholders – employees, suppliers, customers and shareholders’.  Recognising hardships, William Hill confirms that all retail employees who have been furloughed following shop closures will receive full pay ‘for the time being’.Protecting company payroll, William Hill’s executive leadership team and senior management forgo bonuses packages and pay increases for 2020.“Ulrik Bengtsson has decided that he should not accept the 2020 Performance Share Plan award made to him on 9 March 2020, and that award will, accordingly, lapse. No other 2020 PSP awards will be made to senior executives at William Hill, including our new CFO, Matt Ashley” – William Hill governance details in its statement.The FTSE bookmaker confirms that it will maintain salary increases for non-executive employees in-line with national minimum wage adjustments.Further remuneration commitments, see William Hill lower executive maximum pension contributions from 20% of salary to a 5% base, which will be attributed across its general workforce. GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile  August 25, 2020 SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Share Share StumbleUpon Submit Related Articleslast_img read more