The Workers’ Committee of the National Institute of Statistics (INE) today believes that it is necessary to improve the careers of employees who are part of the agency, calling on the government and parliament to intervene.
In a statement on the 86th anniversary of the founding of INE this Sunday, the Workers’ Committee (CT) believed that there was still “no solution” to issues related to workers’ occupations. He appealed to the INE board of directors for the government and parliament to act.
According to CT, after more than a year, the staff of the Institute still spare no effort to “ensure that INE’s mission and goals are fully realized, including serving the organization with its own resources when necessary, rather than infrequently. Provide services”. “Personal sacrifices and sacrifices of their families”, “the entity protecting the national INE did not properly recognize this effort”, and their work continues to be underestimated.
According to INE CT, more than 60% of technical assistants “have not had a career until their careers, nor will they receive any increase in compensation because-they believe-they have been deprived of their “professional rights.” “.
As for the senior technical staff who specialize in statistics, it is estimated that more than 70% of them “will only change their salary positions in 2025 (10 years after transitioning to a special occupation)” because they have been “robbed” of “accumulation”. Key points within the scope of SIDAP [sistema de avaliação dos dirigentes da administração pública] Between 2009 and 2015″.
INE’s CT also talked about the difficulties in recruiting new workers and the persistence of existing workers, and believes that “in the next 15 years, INE is in danger of seeing more than half of its workers retire. Workers. In 2019″.
CT calls on all workers to send e-mails to INE President Francisco de Lima, Secretary of State Mariana Vieira da Silva, and to parliamentary groups and members Email to warn them of the problems they are facing.
According to the report and accounts, as of the end of 2020, the National Bureau of Statistics had a total of 602 workers.