Best Worker in Croatia for 2021 is Zlatko Pisac from Split Port Authority

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Zlatko Pisac (46), a senior expert advisor for seafarers at the Port Authority of Split, is this year’s best worker in Croatia, for which he received 100,000 kuna in cash as a very handsome reward. He is the winner of this year’s, otherwise the fourth competition for the best worker – A small lighthouse for big people/Mali svjetionik za velike ljude, which is organised by Mazars Croatia, Tim Kabel, the Partner Association and the Rhema Foundation.

Second place in the 2021 election for Croatia’s best worker was taken by the hard-working Irena Roncevic, an assistant in the preschool group at the Humanitarian Association Kap u moru/A drop in the sea from the island of Korcula, who was awarded 10,000 kuna, in third place came Renata Stimac, a merchant from Perusic who is the owner of Ivan 365, winning a cash prize of 5,000 kuna.

This year, a record 570 applications were received for the Small lighthouse for big people competition, with descriptions of workers sent in by their colleagues, friends and clients who believe in the people they’ve entered. By November the 12th, 12,000 votes had been received for the top ten candidates, and the organisers emphasised the mission and goal of the competition:

“These workers bring light like beacons with their efforts and show that honesty and work are valued if you work hard and diligently and act as an example to others. We want to encourage enterprises to recognise and reward this ,” said Kristijan Cinotti on behalf of the organisers of the event which saw Zlatko Pisac declared the country’s best worker for the year 2021.

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