The governor of São Paulo, Tarcísio de Freitas, announced on Sunday (30) that the minimum wage in the state would be raised to R$1,550.
This increase will be valid for all workers and represents a readjustment of about 20% concerning the current value, which varies from R$1,284 (lowest range) to R$1,306 (highest).
The Civil House Secretariat confirmed that the project with the changes in the values would be sent to the Legislative Assembly of the State of São Paulo (Alesp) on Tuesday 2.
The measure needs to be approved by the . . .
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