A metallurgist with a long and recognized career in the union movement, Claudir Nespolo is the new regional superintendent of Labor in Rio Grande do Sul. The appointment, signed by the Minister of Labor and Employment (MTE), Luiz Marinho, appears in an ordinance published on March 17 in the Official Gazette.
Claudir had been acting as Secretary of Organization and Union Policy of the Central Única dos Trabalhadores do RS (CUT-RS). He was director and president of CUT-RS and also director and president of the Metallurgist Union of Greater Porto Alegre, as well as director and president of the National Confederation of Metallurgists (CNM-CUT).
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As pointed out by the central, dozens of trade unions and workers’ federations indicated their name to the minister to hold the position. The president of CUT-RS, Amarildo Cenci, welcomed the choice to “rebuild the Regional Superintendence of Labor in RS, combat injustices and act to eradicate slave labor, value collective bargaining and guarantee respect for human and labor rights, in the defense of dignified and decent work”.
“Guarantee decent and decent work for all”
The new regional superintendent said that occupying the post “represents adding to the extraordinary effort to recover and transform Brazil based on labor relations”. He began this Monday (20th) as part of Minister Luiz Marinho’s entourage, in Bento Gonçalves, in the fight against slave labor.
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“It is not possible for these setbacks authorized in the last period to remain as norms, as something normal. On the contrary, it was an exception that should be extinguished with dialogue, penalties and guidelines so that these episodes never happen again, and Rio Grande do Sul and Brazil walk towards a decent and dignified work environment that every worker deserves to earn their daily bread”, he stressed.
He promises a lot of commitment in the new assignment. “We will work daily in agreement with State agents, such as the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the areas of health, education and the ‘S’ System. We want collective contracts to advance, in order to guarantee dignified and decent work for all.”
According to Claudir, “it is not possible to have an auditor in every company or a police officer behind every entrepreneur, but it is possible to agree on goals and norms and whoever leaves will be penalized as it should be”.
The new superintendent defends “the collective construction of processes and the firm hand of the State for those who insist on the agenda of work without dignity”.
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* With information from CUT-RS
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Source: BdF Rio Grande do Sul
Editing: Marcelo Ferreira
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