August 2022 Salary – MS civil servants

August 2022 Salary – MS civil servants
August 2022 Salary – MS civil servants

Public employees of the government of Mato Grosso do Sul can withdraw the salary, referring to the month of August, starting this Thursday (1st).

The payroll includes 85,000 employees, of which 53,200 are active and 31,800 are inactive.

Active employees are those currently working and inactive employees are those who have already retired or are pensioners.

According to data from the State Department of Administration and Debureaucratization (SAD), the salary payment will inject R$ 533 million into the economy of Mato Grosso do Sul.

According to the state governor, Reinaldo Azambuja (PSDB), paying before the fifth working day is a way of valuing the civil service.

“The advance payment in Mato Grosso do Sul has been done for a long time, because it helps the server, who has predictability with expenses. It also heats up the economy.”

As reported by Correio do Estado, the second installment of the 13th salary will be paid in December and first was paid in July.

The state public servant will have his salary almost tripled in the month of December.

The employee will receive three payments in the last month of the year: salary referring to the month of November, remainder of the thirteenth and remuneration referring to the month of December.

azambuja guaranteed that he will pay the salary for the month of December until December 31, before his term ends.

“The December salary I have already determined to my team that I will pay in December 2022. MS public servants, you can rest assured that I will not hand over the government as they delivered to me in January 2015. You will be serving to Mato Grosso do Sul with a salary that is up to date, our commitments are up to date,” said the governor.

The article is in Portuguese

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