After Caixa, Banco do Brasil has begun to adopt an increase in working hours set by a temporary measure signed by Jair Bolsonaro. In the bank's internal system, employees no longer have a six hour trip
247 – Following the rules specified in the interim measures signed by Jair Bolsonaro, Banco do Brasil employees no longer have six hours a day as an option.
In BB Information System (SISBB), the function plan item is accompanied by a tic-tac-toe game on Thursday (14), indicating the unavailability of travel options.
Yesterday (13), Caixa Econômica Federal sent a message to employees, through the bank's internal system, where he reported on increasing working hours.
According to MP, from now on, bankers' working hours, which were previously six hours, each day increase to eight hours for all categories, except for tellers. With MP, it's also permitted to open an agent on Saturdays. The bank currently only works from Monday to Friday and all hours are 30 hours per week.
The choice of the Banco do Brasil system is because in 2016 a restructuring was launched, which expanded the possibility of working six hours a day, reducing salaries, to around 6,000 advisers for general management and supervisors.
Since then, employees can leave the eight-hour shift and choose to do their tasks in a shorter time and therefore receive less. Now it's no longer possible to choose.