The bill requires the Secretary of Labor to maintain a publicly available list of all employers that relocate call centers overseas, and to make such companies ineligible for federal grants or taxpayer-guaranteed loans.
Suttle's relocation means the dismissal of the company’s 113 employees in a process that will commence this week and expected be completed within the next six months.
The consensus among Costa Rican government officials: Donald Trump could certainly effect Costa Rica's economy, but the jury's out until he announces his policies.
Employers in the provinces of Heredia and Cartago are the best bets for finding jobs in the upcoming quarter.
Nearly 80 percent of private companies here are family-owned, according to a recent survey by the Costa Rican Chamber of Family Businesses.
Morenitos, Violetas, Milanes, Guayabitas, Tapitas and other Gallito brand candies will no longer be made here. The century-old Gallito started as a small store in downtown San José.
President Solís highlighted the healthy economy in his State of the Nation speech but offered no hints as to how his administration might change tack to achieve its specific goals, including fiscal reform.