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Hoteliers on Crete threaten staff with €5,000 penalty if they quit job

Hoteliers on the island of Crete threaten employees with an penalty clause of 5,000 euros should they quit job during the tourism season. Note that such a “clause” is illegal, as the Labor Center states. Representatives of the Labor Center of Heraklion have made serious complaints about the “delinquent and …

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TUI payments delay puts survival of Greek hoteliers at risk

The survival of hundreds of Greek businesses in the hospitality industry is at stake after tour operator TUI earlier this month issued a series of contract amendments that require hotel owners to wait until March 2021 for three-quarters of the money due for accommodation booked this year, the Financial Times …

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Greece’s hoteliers angry for being obliged to create “Covid-19 rooms”

Greece’s hoteliers are angry at the government following a ministerial decision obliging them to create special “Covid-19 rooms” that is isolation rooms within their facilities to host cases of coronavirus Covid-19, patients who do not require hospital care. The ministerial decision comes less than a week before the country opens …

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Development Minister calls on Greece’s hoteliers to open their facilities

Development and Investment Minister, Adonis Georgiadis, has called on Greece’s hoteliers to open their facilities. “The great wager is tourism,” the minister said. But hoteliers seem reluctant to go in operation again in an unstable economic environment and uncertainty about how many tourists will come and from which countries. In …

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Hoteliers want more border crossings opening in North Greece, gov’t reluctant

Hoteliers in northern Greece want more border checkpoints to be opened but the government is willing to open no more than four. Deputy Minister of Macedonia and Thrace Theodoros Karaoglou expressed concern over the situation at border checkpoints in northern Greece and issues regarding the opening of borders. Speaking to …

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