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172. Regulation of the Chairman of the Management Board of Austrian Post AG about fixing a night duty allowance for staff who are assigned to the service of the Austrian postal public limited company or a company that has emerged from this society through measures of restructuring in the context of the existing company law, (night service money Ordinance 2014 - NDG-VO 2014)
On the basis of § 20 1956 salary law, BGBl. No. 54 in the amended BGBl. No. 201/1996 in the version BGBl. I will no 96/2007, no. 447/1990 in conjunction with § 17a para 3 postal structure Act, Federal Law Gazette prescribed:
§ 1 (1) the officer or the officer of Austrian post, as well as the officer or the officer, is assigned to the or of a company that has emerged through measures of restructuring in the context of the existing company law from the Österreichische Post AG, to the service, which provides a night service, receives a night duty allowance.
(2) night service in the sense of paragraph 1 is made, if in the period between 22:00 and 06:00 (= night period) service is provided with the exception of the services covered by paragraph 3.
(3) night service in the sense of paragraph 1 is not made, if in the delivery service within a flexible working hours model in utilization of the flexi-time frame voluntarily and of their own before 06:00 the service is started and the flextime framework allows a service start outside of the night period anyway, and if the service less than one during the night period hour (= 60 min) is. Is the beginning of the service arranged before 06:00 H however, this exemption does not apply.
§ 2. The night service fee for a service: up to ½ hour 1.04 EUR gross 1 hour 2.07 EUR gross up to 1 ½ hours 3.12 EUR gross up to 2 hours 4.16 EUR gross up to 5 hours 8.31 EUR gross about 5 hours 16,63 EUR gross § 3. The regulation shall enter into force 1 July 2014. With the entry into force of this regulation, the regulation BGBl. No. 221/2013 at the end of 30 June 2014 override shall II.
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