The Ministry of Labor and Welfare determined the return of INSS (National Social Security Institute) employees to face-to-face work at the agencies. The rule goes for servers, public employees and interns who are still in remote work due to the Covid-19.
The text was published in this Monday’s edition (6) in the Official Gazette of the Union and follows a normative instruction from the Ministry of Economy, which determined the return of all federal public servants to face-to-face work from June 6th.
Since May 23, the use of a face protection mask is no longer mandatory within INSS agencies. The mask will continue to be required when there is municipal law indicating mandatory.
According to the ordinance, requirements such as the use of mandatory personal protection, isolation, quarantine and other operating conditions established by the States, Federal District and Municipalities will be maintained.
The Ministry of Economy informs that the act of the Secretariat for Personnel Management and Performance, the central body for managing people of the federal government, considered the manifestation of the Ministry of Health that declared, in April, the end of the public health emergency of national importance. .
The text also revokes the normative instruction of October 2021, which released public servants who fit into risk groups, or who have school-age children while face-to-face classes were suspended.
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