Disclosure of the super salaries of 100 health workers who earn more than 70,000 Brazilian reais, with fake shifts [nos mesmos dias, nos mesmos horários e em até três locais diferentes], as deplored by the deputies in the plenary session of the Legislative Assembly and even in the Transparency Portal, it aroused the indignation of the categories that were supposed to earn 35,000 Brazilian reals per month and cut their salaries due to the constitutional reducer that established a ceiling of 24,000 Brazilian reals, which is the government of the government of Renan Filho (MDB) .
Professionals from affected groups such as doctors, civil police, income tax auditors, tax auditors and others with a legal profession claim that “health super salaries has become a police issue”. They are studying the possibility of filing a class action lawsuit to recover salaries.
The categories are asking for explanations from the state government and from the Secretary of State for Health, Alexandre Ayres, after MPs Devi Maya (Dim), Cabo Bebeto (PTC) and Dodo Ronaldo (PSDB) denounced in plenary session of the state legislature that it should be done with public health funds sponsoring Maharaja salaries for servers superlative.”
Representatives estimate that there is a select group of 100 health workers with salaries of more than R$50,000, a reality quite different from most doctors who work in public hospitals in the capital and the interior and earn less than R$30,000. Most doctors who are subject to general examinations from the state health ministry charge less than R$20,000.
The head of the Medical Syndicate, Marcus Holland, who works at the State General Hospital (HGE), admitted that he receives a salary of R$8,000/month. He is away from work shifts at the state general hospital due to union activity, but does make scheduled visits during work schedules. “It is at least strange to know that there are colleagues who work in public hospitals and whose salaries are higher than the constitutional cut,” said the leader of 10,000 doctors in Alagoas.
“It is hard to believe that some colleagues earn more than R$70,000 for working consecutive shifts in three different places, on the same day and at the same time. If this is true it is illegal work,” Holland said. When asked how much he earns for working as a surgeon In public hospitals, Sindmédico’s president said, “My salary is just over R$8,000, and it has been reduced by R$2,000 because my work has been reduced due to union activity.”
However, he revealed that as a doctor he earns more than R$50,000 for working in three private medical institutions and each of them has shifts at different times and days. He explained that the lack of public scrutiny in health also leads to some distortions in the appointment of professionals, “ranking” and other practices that are not considered advantages of labor legislation.
For this reason, the union requires public tenders and the legal and transparent hiring of civil servants, even for services rendered. End precarious employment and such super-wage situations. Most doctors do not live this reality.” He argues that the state needs to implement “serious” health management.
The leader of the doctors is “surprised” by the fact that there is a select group of professionals with salaries in excess of R$70,000, with simultaneous shifts in three different places. He also wants to know how “some” fellows can earn up to four times as much as Governor Renan Filho (MDB), who has implemented a constitutional cap of just over R$24,000 in the state’s public service. There is a Physician Guild registration for professionals who work in different public hospitals and also work at different times and earn less than R$30,000.
They shouldn’t do that because the state executive has a wage reducer. Another interesting detail: Some professionals from a select group of highly paid employees were always far from the union. After the accusations, there are many people who have settled unions. The head of the organization prefers not to comment on the matter. But he admits that the union management is considering the possibility of filing a lawsuit in court against the wage cut that does not exist today, in practice, for some employees.
The matter will be discussed with the union leadership.
150 delegates from Alagoas since 2015 have been fighting salary cuts. They say they must receive just over 35,000 R$ to pursue a legal career. The constitutional reducer imposed a salary of R$24,000 on the category. The president of the Association of Delegates, Antonio Carlos Lisa, said that his organization and the Federation of Delegates are willing to sign a collective action with other servers against the salary cap.
“How can some health workers receive more than R$70,000 in supposed fictitious shifts while we are living with a monthly salary loss exceeding R$11,000/month from a salary of R$24,000?” Questions for the delegate who has worked for 37 years.
Due to a shortage of delegates in 102 municipalities, operations are proceeding slowly. It is estimated that more than 40,000 inquiries have been held up, because delegates are forced to work in up to five municipalities without overtime or on demand as doctors receive them. The category says that it is humanly impossible to explain the queries that are multiplying day by day.
“From September 1, our class will not operate without receiving bonuses for shifts, overtime, and we will demand compatible working hours and a general competition for delegates. Enough, we have already negotiated and nothing has been resolved yet,” said the head of Adepol, noting that the decision on the category It was done 15 days ago. He still receives the constitutional ceiling and claims that he loses 13,000 Brazilian riyals per month.
“This is the award I get for having dedicated my life to public safety. My reality is that there are dozens of colleagues,” he lamented. SINDFISCO Income tax auditors and state treasury financial auditors should have maturity dates compatible with those of state auditors in the state, i.e. Approximately R$35,000/month.
Due to the salary cap of the state CEO, they have the lowest salary in the state: they receive the same salary as the government, which is R$24,000/month. “In health, some public servants are paid for shifts that cannot be performed effectively [por ser no mesmo horário, no mesmo dia e em três locais diferentes]. This is a crime of administrative misconduct and embezzlement of public money. The head of the Income Inspectors Union, Irino Torres, said what’s happening at the state health department is a police case. Sindfisco is studying legal mechanisms to file a joint lawsuit with other affected groups against wage cuts.
“In addition to the Legislative Assembly, society and public servants, we want clarifications about the flurry of transformations that generate salaries above 70,000 Brazilian reals in the health of the state.” Torres says Renan Filho’s administration has administrative problems with civil servants in all sectors. “Look at the case of military widows who receive 50% less than they should receive in pensions due to misinterpretation; in Alagoas Previdência, which handles money collected from civil servants, there are no civil servants with public examinations. There are no civil servants with public examinations,” said the Sindfisco president there. , all employees are authorized and in other bodies violations of this kind multiply.
On Wednesday (25th), Deputy Davi Maya (DEM) presented to the Ministry of Public Affairs (MPE), Federal (MPF) and Accounts (MPC), as well as the Federal Police (PF) and the Federal Comptroller General (CGU), the convictions he made at the hearing General Assembly of Legislative Assembly v. State Department of Health (SISAU).
He pointed to the possibility of the payment of retirement salaries, the illegal accumulation of jobs and the recurring cases of fraud in shifts in the units under the Ministry’s responsibility. After an avalanche of complaints in the Legislative Assembly (ALE), overpaid cases, fake shifts and possibly a erratic backlog of jobs within the state health department, the board is promising to install an electronic face point in all units, within the maximum 30-day deadline. This measure was adopted a week after the first complaint in this regard was filed by Representative Devi Maya (Dim).
The target was the Executive Secretary of Health of Alagoas, Marcos André Ramalho, who is suspected of receiving a monthly average of more than R$70,000 this year. The amount, according to the congressman, was paid for unfulfilled transfers and for federal funds to fight Covid-19.
On social media, the Minister of State for Health, Alexander Ayres, who has not yet commented on the accusations made by the deputy, said he had ordered an immediate investigation into what they considered allegations of a backlog of shifts in health and health units as well as the installation of a device that records staff time by identifying the face. Despite this position, Alexander Ayres denied the occurrence of any kind of irregularities in the measures taken by the ministry so far. “All actions and general policies of the Secretary of State for Health are implemented within the framework of the law.”
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