RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This week, the president of the Toyota automotive group described the difficulties the company has in filling positions at its plant due to a lack of applicants who meet the most basic educational requirements, such as a secondary school diploma.
Daniel Herrero, head of the Japanese company in the country, explained in "Talks at the Rotary Club of Buenos Aires" that they cannot find 200 people who have completed secondary education for their plant in Zárate. "During the pandemic, we hired 500 more people to replace those who were absent for health or age reasons . . .