Telecom Reference Regulation 2012

Original Language Title: Telekom-Bezügeverordnung 2012

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7 regulation of the CEO of Telekom Austria Aktiengesellschaft about adjusting the remuneration and allowances pursuant to § 17 para 1a postal structure Act (PTSG) of Telekom Austria Aktiengesellschaft to allocated to the service officers (telecom related regulation 2012)

In accordance with Article 17a par. 3 No. 2 PTSG is prescribed:

§ 1. The salary expressed in money and service allowance approaches of officials who para 1a PTSG of Telekom Austria Aktiengesellschaft for the service are assigned to in accordance with article 17, are governed in accordance with the collective agreement salary adjustment agreed on 7 December 2011 as follows:

1. the salary and service allowance approaches for officials of the postal and telecommunications (§§ 103 para 2, 105 para. 1 and 4 salary Act 1956) are set according to Appendix 1 and Appendix 2. The fixed amounts according to § 103 par. 5 salary Act 1956 be raised to € 200.

2. the salary and administrative service allowance approaches of officials of the General Administration and officials in craft use (§§ 118 para 3 to 5, 120 salary Act 1956) are set in accordance with Appendix 3.

§ 2. The Sundays and holiday allowance according to § 17 para 4 content Act 1956 is for every hour € 2.80-.

§ 3. Standby compensation according to § 17 b salary Act 1956, is determined as follows:

              For one working day € 26-

              For a Sundays and holidays € 42-

§ 4. Applies to all other supplementary fees derived from the content of the salary level 2 of the service class V of the officials of the General Administration and allowances that for determining the amounts still valid on 1.1.2000 content approach of the service class V, salary level 2 of general management officials, which are based € 1.799,75,-.

§ 5. This Regulation shall enter into force January 1, 2012.