RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Over a thousand Brazilian companies of different sizes have adhered to the #nãodemita (#donotfire) manifesto in only 24 hours. In the public document, released on Friday, April 3rd, groups like Ânima Educação, WEG and Renner, among others, urged entrepreneurs not to reduce the number of employees until the end of May.
The aim is to wait for the end (or at least a reduction) of the social isolation (lockdown) for the country to have greater insight into the economic impacts of the novel coronavirus.
According to the manifesto, a company's first social responsibility . . .