Paraná is currently ranked first in the national ranking of official incumbents by the country’s network Sine. The excellent performance of Workers’ Agencies and Outposts across the state may lead to increased transfer of resources from the Workers’ Support Fund (FAT).
The Minister of State for Labor, Rehabilitation and Income, Mauro Moraes, presented the proposal to increase the volume of investments transferred by the FAT, to representatives of the Ministry of Labor and Employment, on Monday (30), during a meeting with technicians. From Paraná and Brasilia.
In 2022, Paraná received R$2.87 million for vocational qualification and job creation measures, the second largest volume of transfers after only São Paulo. The idea is that the partnership be extended to more valuable programs and projects that are being successfully developed in Paraná.
“We provide the Department of Labor and Employment with Paraná’s positive balance in terms of job creation and effective employment, that is, our excellent numbers regarding official jobs offered and filled in our state,” said Moraes.
According to data from the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, Paraná has developed 118,839 workers in official jobs by the state network Sine in 2022, accounting for 33.71% of the 352,518 thousand workers employed across the country. In second place, the state of Ceará recorded 48,107 employees, while São Paulo ended the year with 34,566 employees via Sine. In the national ranking, Paraná reached a score of 147.03% higher than Ceará and 243.80% higher than São Paulo.
The Superintendent of Labor and Employment of Paraná, Paulo Crones, confirmed that Paraná is a reference in employability across the Workers Agency and that there is no doubt that the expansion of FAT resources will bring the state to greater numbers. He noted that “Paraná shows great ability to conquer in her performance, which is already a reference for the whole country”.
Fat – Fundo de Amparo ao Trabalhador – FAT is a special fund, of a financial accounting nature, linked to the Ministry of Labor and Employment, dedicated to the cost of the unemployment insurance program, the salary bonus, and the financing of economic development programs. It has lines of credit for various sectors of the economy.
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