The ayes have it.
That was the consensus of over 300 teenagers who yesterday unanimously agreed at a public consultation that children should not get married before the age of 18.
The prestigious research institute, Great Place to Work, released the ranking of the companies that have created a consistent and trust-driven workplace across national borders. Arcos Dorados, the McDonald’s franchisee in Latin America and the Caribbean, was ranked fourth, up two places from last year.
“At Arcos Dorados we feel really honoured by this acknowledgment of our good employer culture. Being among the top five companies to work in Latin America is a major achievement, particularly because we are proud of having the largest first-job offering for young people,” said Luis Raganato, president for Caribbean Division at Arcos Dorados.
The results were obtained from surveys of more than 3.5 million employees working at 2,200 companies throughout the region. Among the top-ranked companies, Arcos Dorados has the largest number of employees—more than 95,000 people. Arcos Dorados is the largest McDonald’s franchisee in the world, with more than 2,000 restaurants in 20 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.