The Central Bank (BC) employees union says 1,200 people have already joined the wage readjustment movement. Photo: Marcello Casal Jr / Agência Brasil
The National Union of Central Bank Employees (Signal) reported Tuesday (4) that 1,200 employees without commissioned positions or in replacement projects have joined the mobilization for salary readjustments. According to the president of Sinal, Fábio Faiad, these servers have made a commitment not to assume any commission functions. British Columbia has approximately 3,500 active employees. The movement began on Monday (3) as a form of protest against the non-inclusion of the readjustment of the salaries of the agency’s servers in the 2022 budget.
The budget approved by Congress on December 21 provides for a salary increase only for federal police officers, totaling R $ 1.7 billion. Yesterday, around a thousand employees signed the internal virtual list for handing over positions, 500 of them occupy managerial positions and 500 are substitutes. They are trying to organize a conversation with the President of the Central Bank, Roberto Campos Neto.
The organization is also in discussions with other sectors of autarky to strengthen the number of participants in the mobilization and plans to draw up a membership report by the end of this week. “The idea is to talk [com Campos Neto] that we are not in a position to manage the ML with this readjustment situation only for the federal police and not for the BC “, Faiad told the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo.
The union also decided to join the national strikes approved by the Permanent National Forum for Typical State Careers (Fonacate). The premiere is scheduled for January 18. In Federal Revenue, the first agency to have come out against the increase in salaries only for police officers, until this second 1,237 auditors had already handed over the positions, out of a total of 7,500, according to the Union National Tax Auditors of Federal Revenue. (Sindifisco).