Uruguayan Navy docks: Thousands of overtime hours charged and not worked by civilian personnel

Despite the very low volume of work and the technological deficiencies in the two Navy shipyards, the last naval administrations -including the current one- decided to compensate the conglomerate of almost 200 workers, mostly related to the metallurgical unionism, with so-called "fictitious" overtime.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Civilian workers dependent on the Construction, Repair, and Armament Service of the Uruguayan Navy, mostly hired since the government of José Mujica onwards, when it was intended to unify all the establishments of the state naval industry and form a new public company directed by a related official, have been irregularly paid for "fictitious" overtime, which to date means tens of thousands of dollars.

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