The New Recruitment Project by Grafton Is Looking for IT Colleagues

Can you imagine a job full of sports legends, sports information and sports data? How would you feel about using your expertise and know-how to obtain the world’s richest sports data and turn it into the most in-depth insights through artificial intelligence (AI)?

Coronavirus in Czechia: The Czech Republic Goes into Lockdown Again

Most stores and services in the Czech Republic will have to close and people’s freedom of movement will be restricted from Thursday, October 22. This was announced on Wednesday, October 21 at a press conference, the same day the previously announced coronavirus countermeasures came into effect. This happened not too long after the Minister of Health had claimed that the government would wait for a week or two before introducing more restrictions.

A Chinese Expat: How I Moved to Brno from Germany

In the last five years, I have lived in seven different cities/areas in five different countries. In a few of them, I stayed for short periods of time, like one month in Bali, Indonesia; in most of them, I stayed for at least half a year, for example, eight months in Essen, Germany, six months in Pisa, Italy, over a year in Chengdu, China. So the whole move-to-a-new-place thing is really familiar to me.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Face Masks Mandatory Outdoors

Wearing face masks outdoors will be mandatory in the Czech Republic from Wednesday, October 21. It was announced on Monday, October 20 as the last resort to avoid the looming lockdown since the number of new coronavirus cases still isn’t decreasing. If this doesn’t help contain the spread, lockdown may be introduced within the next few weeks depending on the urgency of the epidemiological situation.

eRouška – an App that Will Let You Know When You Meet a Coronavirus Infected Person

If you have a Czech phone number, chances are you have recently received an unusual text message written in Czech. Maybe you didn’t understand what it said and decided to brush it off as yet another spam. While some may still consider it spam, it was actually a message from the Czech Ministry of Health regarding a coronavirus precaution. So what was it about?

Being New Employee in Czech Republic During COVID-19 Pandemic

While some foreigners move to the Czech Republic to study at one of the numerous Czech universities, some arrive for work. The global coronavirus pandemic, however, complicates things for everyone. Sure, almost all Czech embassies have mostly resumed normal operation but that still (unfortunately) doesn’t mean that arriving in the country and starting a new job will be a piece of cake.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Countermeasures Tightening, Schools Closed and Gatherings Limited

The current coronavirus countermeasures will tighten from Wednesday, October 14 as decided by the Czech government on Monday, October 12. Another full lockdown is not possible since it would harm the Czech economy, which is why the government decided to reduce the concentration of people at one place at a time, rather than close shops and services like in spring.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Restricions on Leisure Activities and Shopping

A set of new countermeasures was announced by the Minister of Health Roman Prymula on Thursday, October 8. Some of them come into force on Friday, October 9, the rest of them will apply from Monday, October 12. Most of them concern leisure activities, although restrictions affecting shopping or education were announced as well.

Think Bigger and Explore The Future: DTSE AI Incubator

Are you a type of person who is interested in finance and procurement services? Do you agree with us that innovation is a change that unlocks new value? We would like to tell you more about AI Incubator, a new project created by Deutsche Telekom Services Europe Czech Republic. We bring you an interview with the project Manager of AI Incubator, Dávid Molnár who reveals that by using artificial intelligence, the company can deliver better services to their customers and shape a creative work environment for their employees.

Coronavirus in Czechia: The Government Declared a State of Emergency

On Monday, October 5, a state of emergency will come into force. The state of emergency was declared on September 30 by the Czech government and together with that, new restrictions will be introduced, but as announced by the Minister of Health, Roman Prymula, they won’t include the closing of borders. He, however, admitted that other countries may impose restrictions on travelling from and to the Czech Republic.