306. Ordinance of the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection at the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection, which sets the minimum wage rate for au-pair forces
The Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection is the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection in accordance with Section 22 (1) of the German Labour Constitution Act, BGBl. No. 22/1974, in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I No 71/2013 authorises the minimum wage rate to be fixed at the request of a collective contractual body if no collective contract is effective for the sector concerned.
By order of 24 November 2014, the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection has fixed the following minimum wage rate following the implementation of a senate negotiation:
Minimum wage rate for Au Pair forces
§ 1. This minimum wage is valid:
Spatial: for the Federal Republic of Austria.
Professional and personal: for workers who are acting as au-pair forces in accordance with § 49 (8) of the ASVG are employed.
§ 2. The Au-Pair force with housing and catering with employer (host family) is due for the job as an au pair (child care and easy assistance in the household) for a working time of 19 hours including willingness to work a Monthly minimum gross salary of € 405.98.
§ 3. If the Au-Pair force is not in a position to use an agreed apartment and board (e.g. B. Service prevention by illness, surrender of service during the period of notice, if there is a justified early exit and if there is an unfounded period of dismissal, leave), then you/him are to pay these benefits in cash and to be true per person Calendar day at the level of one 30th of the valuation rate set for the valuation of benefits in kind for social security.
Working clothes and language course
§ 4. (1) Workwear is to be provided to the au pair at the expense of the employer/employer in the event of a service in the proper condition. The cleaning is to be carried out by the employer/employer. the costs incurred are to be paid by him.
(2) In order to comply with the German language skills of an au-pair force, the employer must pay at least half of the costs of a German course or a comparable educational offer.
(3) The costs of a course for pedagogical qualification arranged by the employer/employer are to be borne by the employer/employer.
§ 5. In each calendar year, the Au-Pair Force shall be entitled to a Christmas Remuneration, which shall be due on 1 December, in the amount of a gross monthly barbecence. If the employment relationship on the due date has not taken place yet, or if it has been dissolved before the due date, the aliquot part of the Remuneration shall be due.
§ 6. The Au-Pair force is due to a holiday grant, which is to be calculated and due in accordance with § 9 HGHAngG.
§ 7. The employer is obliged to provide the Au-Pair-Force with a precise date-provided settlement of the hours worked, the remuneration and the deductions during the payment of the payment. In the case of employment relationships, the employee and self-employment law of the company, BGBl. I n ° 100/2002, as amended, the proof of settlement must also include the contribution to the operating pension fund and its tax base.
Onset of effectiveness
§ 8. (1) This minimum wage is 1. January 2015 in force and applies only to employment relationships of au-pair forces, which will be completed after 31.12.2014.
(2) For employment relationships of au pair forces that have been completed before 1 January 2015, the minimum wage rate for au pair forces, M 23/2013/XXV/99/1, BGBl, continues to be the minimum wage rate. II No 422/2013.