Tourism Suffers from Moonlighting, Lack of Qualified Staff

Bled, 10 May - Tourism, which is considered as a flagship industry and a motor of economic development, suffers from a lack of qualified staff and rampant moonlighting, agreed participants of Tuesday's debate on moonlighting in tourism. This reduces the quality of services and hurts the reputation of tourism professions.

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