Many documents are necessary to establish an employment bond between a company and an individual. The Anotação de Responsabilidade Técnica is a very specific document that is only required for professionals working in the engineering, architecture and agronomy sectors.
Aquaculture is the agribusiness that shows a large rate of growth in Brazil, but, it still has a lot of available places to expand since the country has the biggest freshwater reservoirs of the world. Find out more about aquaculture and how to open one.
Absences at work are a problematic issue. In Brazil, they are subdivided into two categories: justified absence and unjustified absence. Find out their definitions and implications.
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Brazil has about 32 million dogs and 16 million cats, and the Brazilian pet shop market is the second largest in the world, being only behind United States. In 1995, the Brazilian Government put into force the Decree 40.400, that established the main guidelines of a veterinary practice in Brazil.
The lawyer profession is very popular among Brazilians, but becoming one is not really simple. This article will outline what it takes to become a lawyer in Brazil.
Foreign companies that want to film in Brazil need special documentation to do so legally. Read the article to learn what documentations are needs to be provided to act within the law when filming.
In Brazil, it is necessary to ask for permission before performing any kind of activity that includes the distribution of prizes or giveaways. In this article, you will learn what the legal procedures are for this is.
Leaflet distribution is forbidden in some cities of Brazil, such as São Paulo, which has a very specific law even though it is not that efficient. This article gives an overview of the leaflets legislation enforced in São Paulo city.
In Brazil, the profession of a sworn translator is officially known as Tradutor Público e Intérprete Comercial, and its abbreviated to TPIC, which means Public Translator and Commercial Interpret.
Conar is a Brazilian non-governmental organization that self-regulates the advertising sector in the country. Find out how this institution was created and what is its functions in the country.