Federal government wants to revise salaries

Federal government wants to revise salaries and number of careers of civil servantsAfter repeated postponements, the government promises this week Proposed Amendment to the Constitution changing rules in the public serviceState of Minas Gerais posted on 2/26/2020 10:28 / updated on 2/26/2020 10 : 35 (photo: Marcelo Camargo / Agência Brasil) (photo: Marcelo Camargo / Agência Brasil) Scheduled to be sent to the National Congress this week, according to President Jair Bolsonaro, the administrative reform intends to change the rights of future federal employees.

The proposals have not yet been detailed, but the points put forward by the government in recent months include the revision of starting salaries, the reduction in the number of careers and the increase in the deadline for the server to achieve stability. LEARN MORE 04: 00 – 02/26 / We are looking for a highly motivated and motivated individual to join our team of highly motivated and motivated professionals.ia health plan for children and stepsons of Casa servers11: 03 – 02/10 / 2020

Administrative reform:

Paulo Guedes apologizes for calling servers ‘parasites’ According to Bolsonaro, the changes will not affect current servers. Only those who took office after the reform was enacted would be affected. One of the most important changes concerns the stability of future employees. Initially, the government intended to extend, from three to ten years, the period for the public employee to achieve stability. However, two weeks ago, the Minister of Economy,

  • Paulo Guedes, informed that the most recent version of the text should define a variable time, from five to eight years, according to each career. performance evaluation. Those who do not meet
  • the minimum requirements would not be in office before the minimum term. The government has not yet explained whether the civil servant will be
  • entitled to the Severance Pay Fund (FGTS) until it reaches stability. Currently, civil servants do not receive the fund under any circumstances.

Pyramid In November, when explaining the proposal of the federative pact, the Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, had said that the government intends to reduce the number of careers from more than 300 to 20 a 30. The salaries for those entering the public career will be lower. Last month, explaining the result of the accounts of the Central Government in 2019, the Secretary of the National Treasury,

Mansueto Almeida, said that the reform will change the form of progression in the public service. Instead of the current system, with high starting salaries and in which almost all reach the top of their career, the progression would be in the form of a pyramid, in which only the best performers reached the highest levels. According to him, the government wants to bring starting salaries and the evolution of the public career closer to what happens in the private sector.

Stages of administrative reform

Breakfast with journalists last month, the special secretary of Bureaucratization, Management and Digital Government of the Ministry of Economy , Paulo Uebel, said that the government intends to implement the administrative reform in phases. According to him, the government’s intention is that the set of changes will be implemented by 2022.

  • According to the assistant secretary of Debureaucratization, Gleisson Rubin, the set of measures includes, in addition to the proposed amendment to the Constitution (PEC) of the reform administrative law,
  • complementary bills, ordinary laws and decrees. These, however, can only be presented after the approval of the Proposed Amendment to the Constitution (PEC) by
  • Congress. Emergency PEC Although they are outside the administrative reform,

points of the PEC that reform the federative pact and the emergency PEC, which provides for cut triggers spending in times of fiscal crisis, foresee profound changes in the structure of the public service and in the rule of civil servants. According to the two proposals, in the event of a decreed state of fiscal emergency, there would be limitations in payments to civil servants, granting of adjustments, automatic progressions, career restructuring, new competitions and in indemnity funds.

The most controversial measure, however, would be the reduction of public servants up to 25%, with corresponding adjustment in remuneration. The decrease will take effect for as long as necessary in both the federal government, city halls and state governments that enacted the fiscal emergency. In a speech two weeks ago, Guedes said that the fiscal emergency mechanism is faster to adjust public accounts than administrative reform. for future employees, which would have an impact on federal expenses in the medium and long term.

Federal government will suspend benefits

of servers in remote work According to the Ministry of Economy, the payment of benefits such as overtime, unhealthy work and additional work will be suspended night, in addition to transportation aidFederal civil servants who adopted remote work due to the coronavirus pandemic will no longer receive a series of aids and bonuses during this period. According to the Ministry of Economy, the payment of benefits such as overtime, unhealthy work and night work, in addition to

transportation allowances, will be suspended, as these workers are working from home. “Overtime pay, transportation allowances, unhealthy and hazardous allowances, bonus for activities with x-rays or radioactive substances and irradiation surcharges are suspended for teleworkers. The surcharge for night work is also suspended, except for those who prove the provision of

remote night service from 10 pm to 5 am “, informed the Ministry of Economy on Thursday (3/26). The suspension of payment of these benefits is foreseen by Normative Instructions 27 and 28, published by the Secretariat of Management and Performance of Personnel (SGP) of the Ministry of Economy, this Thursday, with the objective of adjusting the public budget to the new work reality imposed by Covid-19.

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