Fixed-Term Employment Of Foreigners In The Summer Tourism

Original Language Title: Befristete Beschäftigung von AusländerInnen im Sommertourismus

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146. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection for the temporary employment of foreigners in summer tourism

Due to § 5 of the Foreigners Employment Act-AuslBG, BGBl. No. 218/1975, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 25/2011, shall be assigned:

§ 1. (1) For the summer tourism sector, a quota of 1 400 for the temporary employment of foreign workers shall be established and allocated among the Länder as follows:

Burgenland: ........................................................ 20, of which 2 for show-setting companies

Carinthia: ......................................................... 150

Lower Austria: ............................................ 70, of which 25 are for show-setting

Upper Austria: ............................................................. 175, of which 15 are for show-setting

Salzburg: ....................................................... 300, of which 2 for show-setting companies

Steiermark: ......................................................... 180, of which 20 for Schaustellerbetriebe

Tyrol: ........................................................ 310

Vorarlberg: ................................................................. 130

Vienna: ........................................................ 65, of which 50 for Schaustellerbetriebe

§ 2. (1) In the framework of these quotas, authorisations of employment may be granted, the duration of which shall not exceed 25 weeks, and shall not be allowed after 31 December. October 2012.

(2) Nationals subject to the transitional provisions on the free movement of workers of the EU (§ 32a AuslBG), and asylum seekers are to be preferred in the granting of the employment permits.

§ 3. This Regulation shall expire on the expiry of 30 September 2012.

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