The union gave until February 16 as a deadline for the administration to meet the demands of the class
The Union of Health Workers of Roraima (Sintras-RR) has announced that it may organize a strike yet The state government indicates the impossibility of readjusting the financial schedules of the PCCR (position, occupation, compensation plan) from the region for the years 2023 and 2024.
According to the president of Sintras-RR, Maceli de Souza Carvalho, four more unions have joined the movement. The union has given until February 16 as a deadline for the Roraima government to respond to the claims. Otherwise, health professionals must stop for 24 hours, followed by a strike.
Servers request immediate update of payroll PCCR with re-settlement in 43% installments. The Federation considers that the state government, by granting 11% replacement to all state employees in 2022 and, therefore, anticipating part of the percentage for 2023, has not complied with the Health Replacement Agreement, by granting this year only 3% 14.3% to higher education professionals and 11 Only 22% of secondary education professionals.
Sintras president Maceli de Souza Carvalho previously said last year’s inflation had already eroded the purchasing power of health workers in 2023, and criticized the administration for giving one category of PCCR, that of oral and maxillofacial dentists, a replacement of 76%.
Unions also claim that the state government should make payments to public servants who joined state employees in 2004 and 2007. Sintra, for example, defends that professionals “do justice to the change in rank and wages” and states that “the right has already been publicly recognized by Government”, but there will be no provision for management to pay the liabilities retrospectively.
In addition, civil servants demand payment of additional qualifications from civil servants who have already submitted the necessary documents and have been waiting for publications for more than 90 days, which represents financial losses.
The state government has declared that it is open to dialogue, and has indicated that in December 2022 it paid R$137,117.39 as additional qualifications and is still in negotiations with the Secretariat for Strategic Management and Administration (Segad) to include more servers, as set forth in the PCCR for Health.
“Regarding the 11 percent adjustment, Opinion 15/2023 of the State Attorney General’s Office rejects the possibility of granting the benefit of the 2023 and 2024 schedules, since the readjustment was approved in a staggered manner and the general review applies only to the applicable salary scale. In the concession year, 2022 ”, the management informed, indicating that the process of paying the successions is underway. He added, “After framing the servers that will be completed for payment.”
* Written by Lucas Lucchesi
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