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He probably does not have the mandate to truly direct strategy yet. My guess is over the next year he will be focused on internal restructuring issues. Pandit rearranges the pieces on his chess board, he will need to bring on board those who were contenders for his job, according to Jitendra Singh.
A decade later, about half of the workforce was unceremoniously shown the door after Immigration audited the bakery’s records and found discrepancies in employees’ documents. By law, Franklin Street had to give workers reasonable time to correct their paperwork. Instead the bakery had them work overtime, producing excess inventory while training a new crop of temps, according to employees including Camacho, who had by then obtained permanent resident status..