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... Hub, the competency model and the performance appraisal they have had. According to Rubens it’s a completely new way to do these things from what Latin America and Brazil are used to, so it has been a process to completely understand it, but at the same time it has been a very positive experience as it has increased dialog between employees and management and made that relationship more transparent. After the presentation we were shown around the office, which also ...
... time with them and have a meal with them before they leave. I have time to kill before yet another bus to campo grande where I will fly to São Paulo from so what better way to spend my first day in brazil with football, football and more football?! I watch the Germany Portugal game at the place I ate with the girls at and then watch a youth football team on a local pitch before watching USA Ghana in the evening. Some of the World Cup football on this day was good but I ...
... you need to have your name down for a least a year if you are planning a wedding here.
Very lovely, photogenic interior. When we drove pas the other night, we saw the florists getting the stairs leading to the front door (there is a special name for that when it is church, perhaps 'narthex'?) with huge arrangements of white lillies.
The blue and white painted tiles on the walls and Sistine chapel ceiling elicited a bit of oohing and ...
... 24 hours, our experience was very positive and we were able to get a taste of what Sao Paulo is about.
SP is definitely more of the business centre of Brazil. It is not especially pretty though the area of Jardim Paulista that we stayed in was quite beautiful with some lovely parks that made us feel like we were in the middle of the jungle as opposed to being in the middle of a huge city. I would say the city seemed quite cosmopolitan ...
... I wasn't into it. Our next stop was Mercado Municipal. The market is 12,600 square metres. 15,000 employees handle 450 tonnes of food per day. Everything is on offer from meats to olives to wines to cheeses… you get the idea. Prepared foods are also available. Wiebke and I opted for a popular snack called a pastel. It consists of a thin pastry that envelops assorted fillings, in our case ham, cheese, and tomato, ...