Central Bank (BC) servers approved this Friday the resumption of the strike of the category, which had been suspended since last week, informed the president of the National Union of BC Employees, Fábio Faiad.
According to the director of the entity, the strike will resume next Tuesday and there is no deadline for ending.
“The main reasons were the failure by the president of the BC to arrange a meeting between the union and the minister (of the Civil House) Ciro Nogueira in April 2022, the failure to present an alternative proposal to the 5% (adjustment) and the non-presentation of a proposal on the non-salary part of our demands”, he said.
Sought, the Central Bank said it will not comment.
Last week, BC servers had decided to suspend the strike that started at the beginning of the month, but continued to work in a standard operating regime, with partial daily stoppages.
The union considers the government’s proposal to promote a linear readjustment of 5% for all federal employees to be insufficient.
The agency’s employees approved the first stage of the strike on April 1 and, before that, had already been promoting strikes, which has affected the dissemination of statistics and indicators and delayed the implementation of the bank’s projects.
(*Edited by José de Castro)