“If you say it’s risky to work on the computer, throw away the phone”

Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor says, after the budget increases were made public by the former Minister of Labor, that the Government will analyze the increases, but “if in 2021 you say it is a risk to work on the computer, throw your mobile phone in the trash.”

Asked on Wednesday whether the government is considering changing budget increases from next year, Kelemen Hunor said he has not seen the list of budget increases published by the former Labor minister, but the government will analyze all increases and amend the payroll law.

“Until we see more in the Government and in the coalition, I can’t tell you. There is an increased risk of computer work. I don’t think it’s an increase that needs to be kept. If in 2021 you say that it is a risk to work on the computer, then throw your mobile phone in the trash and stop opening the computer. There can be no such increase and I mentioned only one “, said the Deputy Prime Minister.

He added that revenues will not change this year.

The former Minister of Labor, Violeta Alexandru, made public a summary of the increases in the budgetary field: “We have finished centralizing the information. 7 occupational families of budgetary functions (education, health and social assistance, culture, diplomacy, justice and the Constitutional Court, defense, public order and national security, administration). Over 50 types of bonuses (still documented) – from bonus for stress / neuropsychic overload conditions, to bonus for shift work, bonus for managing classified information or for maintaining confidentiality. Seniority in work also brings a salary increase at the level of positions with the same requirements / responsibilities. And if you are nominated in projects from European funds you have an advantage – you receive a salary increase of up to 50%. The budget staff also benefits from food allowance (347 lei / month) and, of course, holiday vouchers ”.

Source: Cotidianul RO by www.cotidianul.ro.

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