Determination Of The Minimum Wage For The Care And Operation Of Equipment And Facilities On Properties For Upper Austria

Original Language Title: Festsetzung des Mindestlohntarifs für die Betreuung und Bedienung von Anlagen und Einrichtungen auf Liegenschaften für Oberösterreich

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364. 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 the supervision and operation of facilities and facilities on properties for Upper Austria

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 n ° 111/2010 authorised to fix, at the request of a collective agreement, the minimum wage if no collective agreement is effective for the industry concerned.

The Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection has fixed the following minimum wage rate with a decision of 11 November 2011 following the implementation of a senate negotiation:

Minimum wage rate

For the supervision and operation of facilities and facilities on real estate/Upper Austria

M 5/2011/XXVI/99/5

Scope

§ 1. This minimum wage is valid:

1.

Spatial: for the province of Upper Austria;

2.

Personal: for persons who have been charged with the care and operation of facilities and facilities on real estate (houses with apartments and other premises) and their employers,

a)

who, in their capacity as homeowners, are not members of a collectivelyable entity, or

b)

if, after the entry into force of the minimum wage, they acquire collective contractual capacity or accede to a collective contractual body, as long as no collective agreement is concluded for them;

3.

Technical: only for the maintenance, maintenance and operation of facilities and facilities on real estate and in houses by the persons referred to under Z 2.

Support for elevators

§ 2. (1) The persons referred to in § 1 Z 2 shall receive a lump sum of € 102.87 per month if they have agreed to take care of a personal lift. This amount shall be increased in residential buildings with more than seven floors by each additional person. The lift exit point above the seventh floor is 12.55 €.

(2) For the care of freight lifts, a monthly lump sum of € 20.62 is due for a carrying capacity of up to 50 kg and one of € 56.53 for a load capacity of more than 50 kg per lift.

(3) In the case of premises which are not used for residential purposes, there shall be twice the amount of the shares to which these objects are to be paid.

(4) Under the supervision of a lift, the daily test drive, the cleaning of the elevator and the cabin as well as the cleaning of the machine house are to be understood. These activities shall be subject to the amounts referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3.

Leisure facilities

§ 3. (1) For the supervision of terraced baths, indoor swimming pools and saunas, a monthly flat rate is due, the amount of which is to be calculated according to the actual work performance and on the basis of an hourly wage of 11.36 €. For the necessary care and care, which must be carried out on Sundays and public holidays, an hourly wage of 22.72 € is due.

(2) For the care of hobby rooms, playgrounds and similar facilities, a monthly flat rate is due, the amount of which is to be calculated on the basis of the actual work performance and on the basis of an hourly wage of 9.14 €.

(3) In addition, if the supervisor is to be used for the use of the facilities, a fee of 5% of the amount collected will also be charged.

Green areas and gardens

§ 4. (1) For cleaning, irrigation and machine mowing, including the removal of grass, fees 1,0640 € per square metre of green space per year, divided into twelve monthly amounts.

(2) For the subject of trees and shrubs, flower beds, etc. as well as the removal of leaves and branches and similar works, a monthly flat rate is due, the amount of which is to be calculated on the basis of the actual work performance and on the basis of an hourly wage of 9,15 €.

(3) The sum resulting from para. 1 shall be rounded off in commercial terms by cent.

Supervision of hot water and central heating systems

§ 5. (1) For the care of hot water or central heating systems, provided that these plants are not fed by a district heating plant, a basic reference of € 208.16 per month is due during the actual operating life.

(2) If such a plant is charged with liquid, gaseous or organic fuels (wood chips, pellets, cereals), a supplement of € 142.31 per boiler is due.

(3) If such a plant is charged with solid fuels, a surcharge of 226,11 € per month per boiler is due.

(4) The maintainer (s) of a hot water or central heating system, provided that this plant is not supplied by a district heating plant, shall be charged a 15% surcharge as a dirt allowance in respect of the charge provided for in paragraphs 1 to 3.

(5) For the care of hot water and central heating systems fed by a district heating plant, an amount of € 173,11 per month is due during the actual operating period; per each further installation or reformer is due in the course of the The actual operating time is a further € 50.15 per month.

(6) By way of derogation from paragraph 5, for contracts of employment established after 31 December 1997, the supervision of hot water and central heating systems supplied by a district heating plant shall be due in respect of agreed care work for each of the Work hour an amount of € 10.78.

(7) For the implementation of additional agreed supervision work as well as of repair work of a simple type at the facilities themselves or associated parts, an additional amount of 10.94 € is due for each working hour. Care work, which has to be carried out on Sundays and public holidays, is due to an hourly wage of 21,88 €.

Deep and pallet garages

§ 6. For the cleaning of underground and pallet garages, including the (if necessary) necessary maintenance and supervision of the technical facilities present in these facilities, per square meter of the floor (utility) to be cleaned is per month a remuneration in the amount laid down in Section 2 (1) (1) (1) of the Minimum wage rate for domestic carers, M 4/2011/XXVI/99/4.

Simple Repair Work

§ 7. For the execution of repair work of other simple kind, an hourly wage of 10.94 € is due. For absolutely necessary repair work, which must be carried out on Sundays and public holidays, an hourly wage of 21,88 € is due.

Pay for domestic workers

§ 8. (1) Persons who are not subject to the Hausanxigergesetz (Hausanxigergesetz) are due to carry out cleaning, care, operating and technical work of a general nature within the normal working hours (§ 3 of the Working Time Act) an hourly wage, to be precise

1.

Settlement wart 14.09 €

2.

Houseworkers 10,31 €.

(2) For an agreed purification of ecerritic soiling (in particular blood, urine, feces, vomit) in generally accessible rooms, a lump sum of € 54.99 per disposal is due. For an agreed cleaning of ecerrentil Pollution in generally accessible outdoor facilities (lawn area, sidewalk, etc.) is due to a flat-rate amount of 50% of the previous flat rate per cleaning.

(3) A surcharge of 100% is due for work on Sundays and public holidays and during the night hours. If a willingness to work is agreed, 50% of the respective hourly wage will be charged per hour.

Holiday grant and Christmas Remuneration

§ 9. (1) The persons referred to in § 1 Z 2 shall be charged each year with a holiday grant in the amount of the remuneration due for the month of May and a Christmas Remuneration in the amount of the remuneration due for the month of November, at least however A holiday grant and a Christmas Remuneration in the amount of one twelfth of the annual cover.

(2) The holiday grant is to be paid at the time of the arrival of the holiday, but at the latest with the payment of the salary due for June, the Christmas Remuneration is to be paid no later than 30 November of each year.

(3) If the employment relationship begins or ends during the calendar year, the employee/s/in the holiday grant and Christmas remuneration shall be pro rata proportionally in accordance with the period of service completed in that calendar year.

Beneficiary clause

§ 10. Existing more favourable agreements will not be affected by this minimum wage.

Gelling Date

§ 11. This minimum wage rate changes the minimum wage rate of 24 November 2010, M 18/2010/XXVI/99/13, BGBl. II No 377/2010, and 1. Jänner 2012 in force.

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