Law created during the pandemic could be a shortcut to preserving jobs in Rio Grande do Sul

In a comment to InfoMoney, partner Alexandre Fragoso Silvestre talks about law 14.437, created during the pandemic, which could be a shortcut to preserving jobs in Rio Grande do Sul.

“Thanks to the law, many jobs were preserved and companies were able to keep their cash flowing. Unfortunately, the tragedy that is now striking the state of Rio Grande do Sul is also very big and will certainly depend on all help to recover,” Alexandre recalls.

Check out the full story at https://www.infomoney.com.br/minhas-financas/lei-criada-na-pandemia-pode-ser-atalho-para-preservar-empregos-no-rs/

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