Transparency Pay Report


Updated: March 31, 2024

We are releasing the Transparency and Equal Pay Report, prepared by the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE). The data in this report will be periodically reviewed by the agency. It is important to note that, as it is based on general and broad data, such as the major groups of the CBO, and uses a database related to employees, salaries, and remuneration from 2022, this report does not necessarily reflect the current situation of the company.


At Cocam, men and women receive equal pay for the same position and role, in accordance with diversity and inclusion commitments and practices



This report complies with the provisions of Law No. 14,611/2023 and MTE Ordinance No. 3,714/2023, which regulates Decree No. 11,795/2023 on equal pay and remuneration criteria between women and men.

The document is based on two data sources:

    •   The Brazilian Classification of Occupations (CBO), established by Ordinance No. 397/2002, aims to identify professions in the labor market, in a general and broad manner, using the most commonly used information by the labor market, assisting companies in classifying specific positions used in their workforce and in their ancillary obligations (eSocial).
    •   In addition, information on salaries and remuneration provided by companies to eSocial and Rais are used, referring to the 2022 base year.

Therefore, the MTE organized this information based on the Major Groups of the CBO, which aggregate a variety of positions and functions. However, it is important to emphasize again that this classification does not reflect the specific reality of the positions used by our company.

The report is presented in anonymized form and includes comparisons between salaries and the proportion of positions occupied by women and men, in accordance with Law No. 13,709, of August 14, 2018, which deals with the protection of personal data (LGPD).