The Ministry of Economy published today an ordinance that releases the possibility of agreements so that civil servants on strike do not have a salary discount. The text provides for the compensation of debit hours.
According to the government, the rule prevents the occurrence of irregularities in the compensation of hours not worked, as found by the TCU (Union Court of Auditors) and the STJ (Superior Court of Justice) between 2017 and 2018.
The measure takes effect from today.
Signing of terms of agreement for the compensation of non-worked hours of servers, resulting from the stoppage due to the exercise of the right to strike.
Excerpt from the ordinance of the Ministry of Economy
BC civil servants on strike
Central Bank servers resumed this week, indefinitely, the strike for salary readjustments and career changes. The first stage of the strike was approved on April 1, but civil servants had already been promoting strikes.
The union considers the government’s proposal to give a linear readjustment of 5% to all federal employees as of July insufficient. BC analyst salaries range from R$19,197 to R$27,369.