Rio is considering granting bonuses to retirees and technical employees at Seap

Rio is considering granting bonuses to retirees and technical employees at Seap
Rio is considering granting bonuses to retirees and technical employees at Seap
-

The Union of Penal Execution Agents (Sindagexp), representing workers in the technical area of ​​the State Secretariat of Penitentiary Administration of Rio de Janeiro, sent a letter to secretary Maria Rosa Lo Duca Nebel, requesting a meeting to discuss the inclusion of the category in the payment of the Professional Development Bonus (GVP).

EXTRA channel on Whatsapp: Get in on Public Server channel and don’t miss the main news

The demand arises amid a possible negotiation with the State Government, aiming to extend this bonus to retirees from other Seap categories or even to incorporate the amount into the salary of active employees in the technical area. The department’s technicians emphasize the importance of equal treatment for all employees and await the meeting with the manager.

– We understand that political good will is necessary to resolve the impasse involving the GVP. The bonus issue will be adjusted so that security retirees receive this bonus and we understand that it is time to resolve the issue in the technical area – highlights Vitor Leite, President of Sindagexp.

  • INSS: Institute publishes appointment of 276 new employees in the Official Gazette of the Union

The dissatisfaction of employees in the Technical Area of ​​Penitentiary Administration is evident, especially when it comes to the discrepancy in treatment regarding the rights of employees in comparison to those of prison security.

  • Money in your pocket: Additional specialization for TCU employees becomes valid

– Although the law providing for bonuses to all Seap employees was voted, this bonus is only paid to active prison security employees, leaving out all other employees of the Secretariat – he concludes.

-

-

PREV MG has a new Selection Process for the city of Belo Horizonte
NEXT PT deputies present bill that limits aerial spraying in MS – Politics