Declaration Of Agreement Concerning Amendments Of The Collective Agreement Of The Austrian Red Cross 2010 Starting January 1, 2011 (Wcc - Collective Contract Completion 2011) To The Articles Of Association

Original Language Title: Erklärung der Vereinbarung betreffend Abänderungen des Kollektivvertrags des Österreichischen Roten Kreuzes 2010 ab 1. Jänner 2011 (ÖRK-Kollektivvertragsabschluss 2011) zur Satzung

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188. Ordinance of the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection at the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection, with which the agreement on amendments to the collective agreement of the Austrian Red Cross 2010 from 1. Jänner 2011 (ÖRK Collective Contract Completion 2011) is explained to the statutes

The Federal Office of 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 18 (1) of the German Labour Constitution Act, BGB No. 22/1974, in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 111/2010 authorized, at the request of a collective agreement body, the party of a collective agreement, in the presence of the conditions set out in paragraph 3 above, to this collective agreement by means of a declaration of statutes also outside its the spatial, professional and personal impact of a legally binding effect.

The Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection has adopted the following statutes following a decision of 20 June 2011 following the implementation of a senate hearing:

Statutes of Agreement on amendments to the Collective Contract of the Austrian Red Cross 2010 from 1. Jänner 2011 (ÖRK Collective Contract Completion 2011)

Scope of the Statute

§ 1.

a)

Technical: for providers of rescue and ambulance services, with the exception of mountain, water, caves, flight rescue services and rescue hundestaffel

b)

Spatial: for the Republic of Austria

c)

Personal: All employers in the technical field of application as well as the employees and apprentices employed by these employers in the territorial scope, provided that their employment relationships are not covered by a valid collective agreement (excluding collective agreements according to § 18 para. 4 ArbVG).

Content of the Statutes

§ 2.

1.

The agreement between the Austrian Red Cross and the Austrian Trade Union Confederation, trade union of private employees, pressure, journalism, paper and trade union VIDA, concluded

Agreement on amendments to the Collective Contract of the Austrian Red Cross 2010 from 1. Jänner 2011 (ÖRK collective agreement 2011),

at the Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection under the register number KV 226/2011 and published in the "Official Journal of the Wiener Zeitung" of 25 May 2011,

shall be declared a statute.

2.

Provisions are excluded from the terms of the statutes, insofar as they relate to subject areas outside of the provisions of § 1 lit. a listed subject areas.

3.

In addition, the amendments contained in the agreement of the federal country-specific annexes to the federal state in which they are listed shall be declared with the following exceptions to the statutes:

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Section V Z 1

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Section VI, Z 6

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Section VIII Z 4.

Beginning of the effectiveness and duration of the Articles of Association

§ 3. (1) As the date of effectiveness of the Articles of Association, 1 July 2011 shall be fixed. The term of validity of the Articles of Association shall be governed by the period of validity of the Treasury Collective Agreement.

(2) Increments in wages or salaries carried out on the basis of the entry into force of the collective agreement in question from 1 onwards. January 2011 until the statutes have been released, can be applied to the actual wage or salary. The amount of salary increase which is made by the declaration of statutes is credited.

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