-Good morning, Max.
-Good Morning. -Where are we today?
-At Londrina store, in Paraná. The small London. -So?
-So? This is the region of coffee. Not only. It is also a region
of Japanese culture and dance. Here, Carrefour
gives us opportunities. Carrefour provides
the best jobs for us. This is my first job.
And it feels like I’m already experienced. Carrefour embraces us.
Thank you. You must do the best
for the company. It is a great company,
that gives everyone an opportunity. It doesn’t matter
if you’re young or old, what is your gender or color. The role of the women
is the same as the men’s. Because the jobs follow
the same rule at Carrefour. There is no difference
between men and women, even when it comes to wage, because in other companies,
women earn less. We are neither better nor worse.
We prefer to be on the same level. And that is how we feel: equal. In the 1950s and 1960s,
Londrina grew a lot because of the coffee. English settlers came
to the north of Paraná… and founded
“Companhia Norte do Paraná”. They started selling plots
and bringing people to Paraná. The Japanese was
the predominant people. This is a folkloric Japanese dance. We dance it to thank for the harvest
and to ask for abundance all year long. Congratulations, Carrefour! We, employees,
love you, Carrefour. Manoel, tell me something. I heard you speak French.
Is that true? -No, just the national anthem.
-Let’s sing, then. -Congrats, Manoel!
-Thank you. Carrefour Londrina,
thank you very much. Carrefour Curitiba,
see you guys tomorrow.