What about working in Brazil?
On our Dica today we are going to see different employment schemes in Brazil and a little about each one of them. There are many types of formal jobs in which the employee has his carteira de trabalho signed by the company and informal. Let’s learn the names of all the schemes:
Employment Schemes in Brazil
Estágio – (Internship) type of contract in which the employee is still learning the job. Brazilian schools with certificate programs and universities ask their students to fulfill a required amount of internship hours according to the course they study.
Horista – (Hourly wage) also known as a freelancer, it’s a type of job in which the employee earns a salary related to the worked hours. In this kind of job the employee can work in different places.
Autônomo – (Autonomous) is a type of independent job. This is when a person decides to work by oneself and has no connection to any company.
Bico – (Gig) very similar to the hourly wage. In this type of job the person receives a payment related to the job done. It’s a common job among electricians and plumbers.
Voluntário – (Volunteer) type of job in which the person doesn’t receive any payment.
|Contrato de trabalho||Employment Scheme|
|Carteira de trabalho||Work permit|
|Local de trabalho||Workplace|
During the Olympics in Rio many people had temporary jobs and volunteer work. What is the most common type of employment scheme in your country?
See you on our next Dica, friends!
A big hug from Rio de Janeiro!