Staff who want to become permanent staff of the provincial public administration must not only have signed a cooperation agreement before December 31, 2018, but also must meet other requirements. One of them is that they must also have at least two years, consecutive or alternate, contracts from January 1, 2019 until the date of the sanction of the transfer law. That’s not the only thing, as they will have to keep up with the provincial taxes levied by the General Directorate of Income, as well as housing fees from the Provincial Housing Institute (IPV) if they received it under some of the distribution programs .
The requirements are reflected in the bill, which has been sent to the study committee. The expectations in the government are that the norm will be approved next month. The transfer includes, in principle, 1,965 temporary workers who have a signed contract until December 2018 and who must also prove 24 months of employment from the day after that date until the law is passed. Finance Minister Marisa Lopez argued that the last point was added to confirm that the employee is still under contract with the state and performing tasks within that minimum period, consecutively or alternately. As he explained, it is about limiting the income of the employee who left or was dismissed from January 1, 2019 and was not reinstated.
On the other hand, the draft emphasizes that the contracting authority must submit a Certificate of Fiscal Regularity issued by the General Directorate of Revenue certifying that it “does not register any liabilities or is current in the payment of provincial taxes”. In other words, it not only provides for the repeal of all taxes (cars, real estate, stamps and gross income), but also a payment plan. In addition, they must present a certificate issued by the IPV that reflects that they have no “records of unpaid receivables or that they are up-to-date in their loan payments.” Given these conditions, López stressed that “public servants receive a salary whose resource comes from the collection of taxes. So the first thing they have to comply with and keep up with the times is the tax obligations.” With the topic of IPV, he emphasized that the organization fulfills a social purpose and that the abolition of quotas serves to feed the chain of building plans for the benefit of those who need a home.
The three demands are the most relevant axes of the transfer project to a permanent plant, on which the uñaquista management is working with the state unions that want the situation of this type of employee to be settled. It happens that when they enter into force, they get job stability and no longer depend on the will of the ruling government, since the contracts are signed annually from scratch. In addition, the plant agent receives the wage increases agreed jointly or in the case of wage bargaining, retirement, social work, family allowances and others. The Treasury estimated that the pass would be completed in the first half of next year.
They will also be required to have a level of formal education according to the group they are seeking to enter. The employees must undergo training, the guidelines of which will be determined in the normative framework of the law.
The Government will not include staff who are able to access any of the pension benefits. Contractors will also be required to demonstrate experience, knowledge and efficiency in the work, which will be certified by the authority of the area in which the temporary worker worked.
Recruits must certify their psychophysical fitness through the Directorate of Control and Medical Expertise of the Ministry of Public Health. In addition, they must submit a background certificate and documentation, as well as an affidavit that they do not receive any other remuneration from another province or municipal state.