For the first time since April 2015, the number of workers hired surpassed that of workers dismissed in February this year. The job surplus was 35,612.
The Executive arm of the Doha-based carrier is looking for women with at least five years’ experience working at international airlines. Fluent English is required and the maximum age is 35.
Colonel Sylvio Pessoa will discuss logistics in connection with the environment at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik next Monday (20), in an open-to-the-public event.
Cargo volume handled in Brazil in 2016 was slightly down from the year before as a result of the maize crop failure, according to data from the National Agency for Waterway Transportation (Antaq).
A former chief economist with Brazilian bank Bradesco, he will go over the domestic and global scenarios in a breakfast for Chamber member companies next Wednesday (15).
Last year, over 100,000 outlets closed in Brazil, according to a survey conducted by the National Federation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism.
Voluntary workers are wanted in Rio de Janeiro. The organization needs Portuguese language teachers, course assistants and children’s recreation professionals.
A study by the National Supply Company (Conab) shows the Southeast’s Santos Port remains the primary outlet for soy and maize, but Northern ports like Itaqui, in Maranhão, are coming up.
The Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce will have member companies over for breakfast on the 15th to discuss the Arab and world economies, this year’s calendar and a mission to North Africa.