Determination Of The Minimum Wage Rate For Home Carers For Austria

Original Language Title: Festsetzung des Mindestlohntarifs für Hausbetreuer/innen für Österreich

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286. Regulation of the Federal Agreement Office in the Federal Ministry of labour, Social Affairs and consumer protection, the minimum wage rate for home carers for Austria is set with the

The Federal Agreement official at the Federal Ministry of labour, Social Affairs and consumer protection is in accordance with section 22 paragraph 1 Labor Constitutional Act, BGBl. No. 22 / 1974, in the version of Federal Law Gazette I no. 71/2013 empowered to set the minimum wage at the request of a collective agreement-capable body, if no collective agreement is in effect for the sector concerned.

The Federal Agreement official at the Federal Ministry of labour, Social Affairs and consumer protection has set below minimum wage rate by order of 11 November 2014 to hold a Senate hearing:

Minimum wage rate

for home carers for Austria

M 2/2014/XXVI/99/1

Section I

General terms and conditions

Scope of section 1.

(a) space: This minimum wage is the Republic of Austria for the Federal territory.

(b) personally: This minimum wage applies to workers who are entrusted with one or more of the following tasks: 1. pollution prevention 2. maintenance 3 supervision 4. care and operation of equipment and facilities on properties and for their employers, which in its capacity as an employer, the House supervisor neither are members of a legal representation of interests still a voluntary collective agreement enabled professional association.

(c) technical: for which see lit. Activities referred to in b Z 1 to 4, regardless of whether these are carried out by a worker on a property or multiple properties.

Remuneration systems

§ 2. Workers subject to that minimum wage are to pay in accordance with section II (remuneration scheme A) and section III (remuneration scheme B). The remuneration of any agreed activity is either section II (remuneration scheme A) or section III (remuneration scheme B) agree in writing.

Wage

3. (1) for carrying out the work referred to in section III the worker-seekers of the hourly wage is due to:-pay Group 1: 9.48 € - wage group 2: 10.54 € - wage group 3: 13.82 €.

(2) an hourly wage in the amount of the total for each salary group deserves - as far as nothing else is determined in the following - referred to in paragraph 1 plus a surcharge of 7% for carrying out the work referred to in section II.

(3) for every hour an agreed call charges 25% of the total of wage group 2.

Wage payment period

§ 4. The due / the workers wage is to pay monthly in hindsight to the third of the following month.

Special payments

§ 5. Employee a holiday allowance in the amount of the remuneration due for the month of May and a Weihnachtsremuneration in the amount of the remuneration due for the month of November, charges which each year also but at least a holiday allowance and a Weihnachtsremuneration at the height of the one-twelfth of the annual salary. The holiday allowance is at the start of the holiday, to disburse no later than with the payout of in June due to salary. The Weihnachtsremuneration is to be paid no later than 30 November of each year. Starts or ends the employment relationship during the calendar year, so / the worker vacation allowance and Weihnachtsremuneration according to the period of service in this calendar year fees proportionately.

Work material

§ 6. The material required for the fulfilment of the activities (such as cleaning agents, de-icing salt) and necessary thing needs (E.g. work equipment, tool) and protective clothing are the employer / by the employer to make available.

Travel costs and other expenses

All travel times that are necessary in connection with the provision of the service, are § 7 (1) with the exception of the daily distance travelled from home to pay back, and to the place of employment as working hours and the cheapest fare travel expenses to be paid for.

(2) if the availability of / employee/employee by a cell phone agreed, is to provide a mobile phone / the worker either or are the expenses to replace him or her.

Entry into force

8. (1) this minimum wage rate applies to employment contracts entered into after September 30, 2005. Existing favourable agreements remain unaffected by this minimum wage rate.

(2) the minimum wage rate changes the minimum wage rate of the 12 November 2013, M 2/2013/XXVI/99/1, Federal Law Gazette II No. 343/2013, and comes into force on January 1, 2015.

Section II

Remuneration scheme A

Prerequisite

§ 9 condition for the application of this section is the agreement of the start and end of the daily and weekly normal working time between employee and employer in accordance with the agreed working time distribution (such as such as flextime, calculation).

Wage

§ 10 (1) worker-seekers, which are entrusted with cleaning activities only an hourly wage deserves to pay Group 1 (section 3 paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 1).

(2) all other worker-seekers an hourly wage after salary group 2 is due if no special training or qualification is necessary for their activity, (section 3 paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 1).

(3) worker-seekers with special training or qualifications an hourly wage is due to wage group 3 (section 3 paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 1).

Surcharges

§ 11 (1) for activities in the night-time (22.00-5:00) to a surcharge of 100% of the total.

(2) for work on Sundays and holidays to a surcharge of 100% of the total.

(3) an overtime bonus of 25% of the total is due to worker-seekers with a time scale under the statutory normal working time for activities outside the working time agreement.

(4) for overtime to an overtime fee of 50% of the total.

(5) for an agreed cleaning of nauseating pollution (in particular blood, urine, feces, vomit) in common areas, a surcharge in the amount of €56,10 to per cleaning.

(6) a surcharge of 50% of the aggregate deserves per cleaning after para 5 for an agreed cleaning of nauseating pollution in communal outdoor areas (lawns, pavement, etc.).

(7) for works which inevitably cause an extraordinary contamination of body and clothing of workers compared to the common working conditions, to a dirt allowance of 15% of the total.

(8) for jobs that inevitably one in contrast to the common working conditions as a result of the adverse impacts of harmful substances or radiation, heat, gases, vapours, acids, alkalis, dust or vibrations or as a result of a fall or other danger bring higher risk to life, health or physical safety of workers with them (E.g. work on ladders and scaffolding, roofs , Decorative lights and facades), deserves a risk allowance in the amount of 15% of the total.

(9) for work involving an extraordinary obstacle to compared to the common working conditions (such as working in an exposed position), to a difficulty allowance amounting to 15% of the total.

(10) for each working time outside the agreed normal working hours and any surcharge, is that per started half an hour an half an hour will be charged. Surcharges are side by side.

Section III

Compensation scheme B

Prerequisite

§ 12 conditions for the application of this section is that the / the workers 13:00 independently on one side can set the beginning and the end of the normal working hours within the period from Monday 6.00 till Saturday.

Surcharges

Section 13 (1) for an agreed cleaning of nauseating pollution (in particular blood, urine, feces, vomit) in common areas a surcharge in the amount of €56,10 to per cleaning.

(2) a surcharge of 50% of the aggregate deserves per cleaning according to para 1 for an agreed cleaning of nauseating pollution in communal outdoor areas (lawns, pavement, etc.).

(3) for work, which inevitably cause an extraordinary contamination of body and clothing of workers compared to the common working conditions, to a dirt allowance of 15% of the total.

(4) for work involving an extraordinary obstacle to compared to the common working conditions (such as working in an exposed position), to a difficulty allowance amounting to 15% of the total.

(5) for jobs that inevitably one in contrast to the common working conditions as a result of the adverse impacts of harmful substances or radiation, heat, gases, vapours, acids, alkalis, dust or vibrations or as a result of a fall or other danger bring higher risk to life, health or physical safety of workers with them (E.g. work on ladders and scaffolding, roofs , Decorative lights and facades), deserves a risk allowance in the amount of 15% of the total.


(6) a surcharge of 100% of the total is due to for extraordinary work required on Sundays and public holidays or during the night between 22.00 and 05:00.

Remuneration

§ 14. The time used for the various activities is in accordance with section 15 and to pay according to article 3, paragraph 1. The annual fee for agreed sidewalk or lawn care is to distribute 12 monthly amounts and monthly pay.

An appropriate scope of work

§ 15. Set as a reasonable amount of work:

 



 



Multiplier



Calculating factor per month



Wage group



1 x a week sweeping & washing of the staircase House and of course



per stock unit



0.38



LG 1



1 x a week sweeping of staircase House and of course



per stock unit



0.15



LG 1



Dust-free holding of the staircase House and of course demand



per stock unit



0.13



LG 1



Dust-free hold doors as needed



per stock unit



0.13



LG 1



monthly return of basement corridors



per stock unit



0.08



LG 1



monthly. Re content of various storage rooms



per stock unit



0.03



LG 1



monthly return of the attic



per stock unit



0.03



LG 1



weekly clean the elevator cabin



per stock unit



0.20



LG 1



monthly laundry room cleaning



per stock unit



0.08



LG 1



Boarding house supplement from a second stairwell



per staircase



0.33



LG 1



Additional charge for rooms with customer traffic, which must be entered through the stairwell



per staircase



2.5



LG 1



Management and monthly cleaning (by hand) by deep and garages of range of



per pitch



0.5



LG 2



Management and monthly cleaning of deep and garages of range of (mechanical)



per pitch



0.25



LG 2



Control and/or supervision activities



per stock unit



0.4



LG 2



Minor repairs as needed



per stock unit



0.03



LG 3



weekly lift care



per stock unit



0.15



LG 3



monthly wound care



per stock unit



0.10



LG 3



Laundry care including washing machines and dryers



per stock unit



0.03



LG 2



Pavement care as needed from 16.10 till 15.4. for the first 300 m2



per m2



0.10



LG 2



Pavement care as needed from 16.10 till 15.4. for the other 301 m2 to 1 100 m2



per m2



0.07



LG 2



Pavement care as needed from 16.10 till 15.4. for the beyond m2



per m2



0.03



LG 2



Pavement care demand of 16.4 to 15.10.



per m2



0.02



LG 2



Multiplier



Calculating factor per year



Wage group



Window cleaning 2 times per year incl. window frame



per m2 to cleaning window wing area



0.16



LG 1



for each additional incl. window frame window cleaning



per m2 to cleaning window wing area



0.05



LG 1



Lawn care as needed (cleaning and irrigation) for the first 500 m2



per m2



0.05



LG 2



Lawn care as needed (cleaning and irrigation) for the other 501 m2 up to 4 000 m2



per m2



0.03



LG 2



Lawn care as needed (cleaning and irrigation) for the beyond m2



per m2



0.02



LG 2



Lawn care as needed (mowing and cutting material removal) for the first 500 m2



per m2



0.10



LG 2



Lawn care as needed (mowing and cutting material removal) for the other 501 m2 up to 4 000 m2



per m2



0.05



LG 2



Lawn care as needed (mowing and cutting material removal) for the beyond m2



per m2



0.03



LG 2 other activities

§ 16. All additional activities, who have not taken into account in paragraph 15 are to be classified by analogy with application of article 10, and to pay according to article 3, paragraph 1.

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