07/10/2016 13h40 - Updated 8/10/2016 15h28

After 31 day strike, bank return to work

Near 3,5 thousand bank must return to work in 198 State agencies on Friday (7).
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Bank across the country returned today (7) to work. In a meeting held yesterday (6), employees of private banks and the Bank of Brazil accepted the proposal presented by the National Federation of Banks (Fenaban) and ended the strike, that lasted 31 days.

Near 3,5 thousand bank must return to work in 198 State agencies, second vice president of the Amazon Bank Workers Union, Romulo Leite. According to Milk, the servers of all banks, including public, Caixa and Banco do Brazil, resume activities, on Friday (7). In some states of the country, the strike remains in public banks.

The deal, valid for two years, unprecedented, predict 8% adjustment in wages in 2016, More bonus of R $ 3,5 one thousand. In food stamps the proposed adjustment is greater, from 15%. The food stamps and day care assistance / nanny will be readjusted in 10%. For 2017, there will be a full correction of inflation, more 1% real increase in wages and all benefits.

The bank also managed the allowance for the days and increased parental leave from five to 20 days. The license, However, valley from the definition of the tax benefit by the government.

Despite the agreement, bank Caixa Economica Federal in seven state capitals, like Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Amap√° and Bahia, and some cities have decided to maintain the stoppage. Negotiations with these workers and still have no meetings scheduled for the afternoon of Friday.

The National Confederation of Financial Branch Workers (CONTRAF-CUT), who coordinated the National Command Bank on strike, It reported that most unions also approved the agreement presented by Caixa, ending the strike.

Source: Brazil Agency

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