Wage Agreement Igz

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The two DGB collective agreements provide for a 35-hour week, which leads to a standard working time of 151.67 hours per month. The actual working time of employees is regulated according to the actual weekly working time in the wasteful company. The differences between standard working time and hours actually worked are stored as time credits in an individual working time account. While a maximum of 230 hours can be stored in the DGB-BZA agreement, the limit in the DGB-iGZ contract is 150 hours. Employees have the right to take time off during these hours. The DGB-BZA agreement also allows them to pay a certain amount of working time credits saved in cash. On the 27th. In May 2003, representatives of all trade unions affiliated to the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) signed a set of national inter-professional collective agreements for temporary agency workers with the Bundesverband Zeitarbeit Personal-Dienstleistungen (BZA), whose members include some of the major companies in the sector. The package consists of a general collective agreement, the final version of which was signed on 11 June 2003, a framework collective agreement on remuneration and a collective agreement on remuneration. Two days later, on 29 May 2003, the member associations of the DGB and a second employers` association, the Interessengemeinschaft Deutscher Zeitarbeitsunternehmen (iGZ), which represents a number of small and medium-sized temporary employment agencies, agreed on a number of small and medium-sized temporary employment undertakings. The fact that temporary agency work is now regulated by collective agreements is important not only for the traditional temporary agency work sector, but also for temporary agency workers in personnel service agencies (EPI), which will be set up on the basis of public tenders launched by the local agencies of the Federal Employment Office. BA) to temporarily employ unemployed persons and rent them out on a short-term basis (DE0212203N).

One of the conditions for a temporary employment company to be able to obtain a contract for the operation of PPE is compliance with a collective agreement. . . .