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04.10.2016.

CEA and the EBRD help young people increase employment prospects

Zagreb, 4 October 2016.- The Croatian Employers Association (HUP) in cooperation with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has launched the initiative of the private sector for young people that through cooperation with private companies, professional associations and educational institutions wants young people to acquire practical knowledge and skills during training in order to increase their chances for employment. Within 18 months, the duration of private sector initiatives for young people, the goal is for 100 students to provide a quality education in the workplace and to acquire the skills with which they can successfully compete in the labor market and advance their career.

02.10.2016.

CEA withdraws from all Commissions related to the ordinances of the Rural Development Programme

Zagreb, 10.02.2016. Members of the CEA Association of food industry and agriculture are dissatisfied with the new proposals of the Rules on the implementation of measures M04 "Investments in physical assets", sub-measure 4.1. "Support for investment in agricultural holdings" and the Regulations on the implementation of measures M04 "Investments in physical assets", sub-measure 4.2. "Support for investments in the processing, marketing and / or development of agricultural products", and believe that they are a serious problem for development of the domestic sector of the food industry and agriculture, given the existing structure of producers and their capabilities and needs.

05.09.2016.

CEA and Hanza Media round table: Health system

Zagreb, 5 September 2016 – A panel discussion was held today organized by the Croatian Employers Association (HUP) and publisher Hanza Media at the premises of the CEA and as fourth in a series of roundtables on the eve of the upcoming elections titled "Health".

The discussion was held as part of the "Real questions" which were launched by editions Hanza media including Jutarnji list, Slobodna Dalmacija and Globus. As part of this project and based on the document "CEA's 7" which we presented to the public and headed the parliamentary parties at the press conference, there will be four round tables and final conference at which the employers and representatives of political parties to discuss possible solutions to the key problems limiting economic growth. "CEA's 7" is actually a selection of the highest priority among the "CEA's 16" key questions that we sent the parties on the eve of the previous elections. Then the parties did not give satisfactory, but only general answers about the ways in which they intended to solve the most important problems that hinder economic recovery and growth. Therefore, we re-sent our questions but now we chose among them those that we believe are of the highest priority and that need urgent attention right away in the first year of the mandate. Of course, we expect that and other questions in the coming years of the mandate because we believe that without it is not possible to achieve long-term, sustainable growth.

01.09.2016.

CEA and Hanza Media round table: The labor market and the education system (and unfavorable demographic trends)

Zagreb, September 1 2016 - A panel discussion was held today organized by the Croatian Employers Association (HUP) and publisher Hanza Media at the premises of the CEA and as fourth in a series of roundtables on the eve of the upcoming elections titled "Health".

The discussion was held as part of the "Real questions" which were launched by editions Hanza media including Jutarnji list, Slobodna Dalmacija and Globus. As part of this project and based on the document "CEA's 7" which we presented to the public and headed the parliamentary parties at the press conference, there will be four round tables and final conference at which the employers and representatives of political parties to discuss possible solutions to the key problems limiting economic growth. "CEA's 7" is actually a selection of the highest priority among the "CEA's 16" key questions that we sent the parties on the eve of the previous elections. Then the parties did not give satisfactory, but only general answers about the ways in which they intended to solve the most important problems that hinder economic recovery and growth. Therefore, we re-sent our questions but now we chose among them those that we believe are of the highest priority and that need urgent attention right away in the first year of the mandate. Of course, we expect that and other questions in the coming years of the mandate because we believe that without it is not possible to achieve long-term, sustainable growth.

24.05.2016.

Panel discussion as part of the Month of creative and cultural industries: CREATIVITY AND KNOWLEDGE FOR BETTER CROATIA

Zagreb, May 24, 2016. – A discussion titled "Creativity and knowledge for better Croatia", organized by the Croatian Employers Association (CEA) and the Association of Pragma was held today at the premises of the CEA. The discussion was organized as part of the Month of creative and cultural industries, and its goal was to answer a series of questions concerning creativity and education, curricular reform, creative employees and students and the role of schools in developing creativity.

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