Instead of unpaid hours, employers will now be able to use 8 hours of training, initiation or meetings per year. These are paid at the base salary. The new agreement provides, for example, for the payment of meetings and training after the working day with possible working time bonuses and Sunday payments. A maximum of 8 such hours can be accumulated per year without an increase for overtime or overtime. The Regulation enters into force on 1.1.2021. B.1.1 Adult Full-time and part-time workers – penalty rates and regular overtime The objective of PAM is that in the future, paid weekday holidays apply equally to all employees in the convenience services sector. Work in the field of convenience services is increasingly carried out at any time of the day and throughout the year, and it is therefore important that the remuneration received by an employee for weekly vacations corresponds to this change. For the development of the collective agreement, it is important that the parties review the current situation in the working group and evaluate other models. • A working group will be set up to review and clarify the provision on compensation for weekday holidays in the collective agreement.
This analysis should take into account all changes in the sector and the needs of client companies when expanding their service offerings. • The working group will examine other models for the weekday vacation regime in the collective agreement. • The working group will present an interim report on its work by October 31, 2020. The results of the working group should be available by 31 October 2021 for joint assessment by the parties. I.2 A worker who is not a mere seller of commissions on August 6, 2020 is not entitled to be employed as a commission before November 1, 2020. Workers have the right to inquire with their employer whether the actual working hours correspond to their employment contract. PAM looked for changes that would allow more employees currently part-time to get more working time. We have achieved this and, in the future, the position of part-time workers will improve both through their right to review their working time and through the creation of a new working group in this area between WFP and the employers` organisation. What is written in the agreement: • A part-time employee has the right, upon request and within a reasonable time, to check once a year with his employer whether his actual working time complies with the working conditions of his employment contract.
The above verification is not necessary if there is a legal obligation in this regard. • The associations will set up a working group to monitor possible legislative changes concerning part-time workers and assess their impact on labour relations on part-time workers. The working group will then assess possible needs for action.