The award is also given for an agency worker, a tourist guide, an employee in a hotel or camp, an employee in a restaurant or bar, a private landlord, a host of a tourist farm, a maritime worker, a road worker and a salesman. The Days of Croatian Tourism, the largest gathering of tourist workers in Croatia, will not be held this year due to the coronavirus epidemic. Candidates for the selection of employees of the year can be submitted by tourist boards exclusively through the county tourist board, professional associations, companies, local self-government units, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of the Interior, other Ministries of the Republic of Croatia and the Croatian Institute of Public Health. Croatian National Tourist Board already the eighteenth year awards prizes Man – the key to success, employee of the year. The awards are part of the program to mark the Day of Croatian Tourism, the largest gathering of tourism workers in Croatia. The public call is available on the official website Croatian National Tourist Board, and the application form is available via LINKS. Applications are accepted exclusively through the online application form until 11 November 2020 by 12:00. Photo: HTZ Following this, this year the Croatian National Tourist Board will reward employees who have made a significant contribution to the quality of tourist services and safety, health and protection during the tourist season 2020, and has opened online applications for Annual Croatian Tourist Awards 2020 in the category “Man – the key to success, employee of the year”. Man – the key to success, employee of the year The goal of this award is raising the quality of service and hospitality of employees in tourism and other tourism-related activities, which directly affects raising the level of guest satisfaction, spreading the positive image of Croatian tourism and the overall experience of Croatia as a tourist destination. Reward “Man – the key to success, employee of the year” this year is awarded in total 12 categories. From that three are new: for border police officers, health care workers and civil protection workers. Man – the key to success, employee of the year However, the Croatian National Tourist Board has decided to reward employees who have done their job well, dedicatedly and in the best possible way in significantly more difficult conditions. Photo: HTZ
UW senior Ben Street couldn\’t score Saturday, despite seven shots on goal.[/media-credit]The Wisconsin men’s hockey team carries a feeling of optimism as it prepares to face the University of Alaska Anchorage this Friday and Saturday.UW head coach Mike Eaves highlighted he is proud of his team’s performance against the University of Minnesota, despite scoring just six goals off of 79 shots during the two-game series.“We played better Saturday and lost,” Eaves said in comparison to the team’s victory over UM Nov. 6. “Take a look at the chances. We out-chanced them again 2-1, we had more puck possession, we won more puck battles and we lose the game.”Eaves sees the team’s inability to capitalize on goal-scoring chances as the as the main detriment causing the team to lose games when it plays even with or outmatches its opponent.However, at 4-3-1, Wisconsin is not too worried about its production offensively because it keeps generating so many goal scoring opportunities. Eaves said it would be an issue if the team was not getting so many chances, but right now, taking advantage of these opportunities is the key concern.“In terms of finishing, I think that’s the key word — finishing our opportunities,” Eaves said. “Sometimes in the wacky world of hockey, the goaltender is an element you can’t explain. … So in terms of what we’ve focused on this week in practice, it’s let’s make sure when we’re doing our drills that we’re finishing — we’re putting the puck behind our goaltender, so that we create that habit.”Dissatisfaction builds for the Badgers’ players as they continue to work hard without seeing the results on the score sheet, but Eaves continues to draw attention to the importance of getting these opportunities.“I would be really concerned — tremendously concerned — if we weren’t getting the chances we were getting,” Eaves said. “For a guy like Ben Street, I know who is somewhat frustrated, he had seven shots again Saturday night and had some really good looks. You know, Ben, you’ve only played eight games in a year and I think the best is yet to come for him.”The goaltending scenario remains in question for the Badgers who have alternated between juniors Brett Bennett and Scott Gudmandson, starting Bennett on Friday games, then Gudmandson on Saturday games.However, the coaching staff decided to start Bennett for both games against UM this past weekend and while Bennett looked strong Friday night, he struggled and gave up five goals Saturday.Eaves was animated when persuading reporters that there is no clear No. 1 option for the team at goaltender, but his plans for which player will be in the net this Saturday against Alaska Anchorage remain unclear.“At some point, we were going to have to do what we did,” Eaves said. “We made that decision based on a gut feeling I that had Friday night the way that Brett looked. We’ll go in to this weekend and we’ll start Brett on Friday and we’ll make a decision for Saturday.”Bennett is 3-2 on the season with a 2.01 goals against average in five starts. Gudmandson is 1-1-1 with a 1.63 goals against average in his thre starts this season.Last season, Shane Connelly made the majority of starts in goal for Wisconsin, starting 37 of the Badgers’ 40 games. Gudmandson made the other three starts, and looked like he was next in line to take the starting job. However, Bennett signed with UW in the spring as a transfer to make the position a constant competition.