For greater certainty, payments under 62.04 to 62.07 or other similar provisions in other collective agreements are considered severance pay for the management of this clause. Notwithstanding Article 22 (job security) of the Collective Agreement, in the event of a conflict between this Annex to the Transition to Employment and this Article, the current policy of transition to employment shall take precedence. Austria does not have a statutory minimum wage or a minimum wage. Wages and minimum wages must be agreed in the context of collective bargaining between trade unions and employers` organisations. Special payments are not set by law, but are usually set out in collective agreements. Typical special allowances are the annual vacation pay and Christmas allowances, also known as the 13th and 14th months of salary, or the vacation pay and Christmas bonus. Annual allowances and Christmas allowances, usually paid in summer and winter, amount to approximately one month`s salary. Employees receive a salary increase of at least 50% for each hour of overtime. Workers who accept an exemption from compensation instead of a supplement are entitled to 1.5 hours of time instead of one hour of overtime.
Many collective agreements also provide for higher increases for night, public holiday and Sunday work. The calculation of increases is generally based on the normal hourly wage (some collective agreements also have more favourable provisions). Overtime occurs when workers work longer than the normal working time of 40 hours per week or the normal daily working time of eight hours, as provided for by law. However, under the Working Time Act (AZG), the normal working time of 40 hours per week or eight hours per day may be distributed or increased differently (e.g. B by a flexible agreement on working time or by calculating the average working time over a reference period). The terms used in collective agreements and the typical contents 17.38 Both parties to this agreement identify the person entitled to receive an insurance claim who, after receiving an insurance claim, is entitled to additional salary elements in the form of increases or allowances. For example, supplements are those that must be paid to work under certain conditions: overtime and overtime, work on Sundays and public holidays and in the retail trade during longer opening hours. Some are set by law, others only in collective agreements. Allowances are generally set out in collective agreements and not in any legislation; For example, general collective agreements or collective agreements are agreements that govern basic working conditions for all workers in a sector. Collective agreements govern payments in a given company or sector. 17.01 The time limits set by this procedure may be extended by mutual agreement between the employer and the worker and, where appropriate, the representative of the trade union. The normal or standard working time set by law is eight hours a day and 40 hours a week, although many collective agreements provide for less working time (e.g.
B 38.5 hours per week). 17.23 In the event of alleged misinterpretation or misalting resulting from agreements concluded by the Joint National Civil Service Council on property that may be incorporated into a collective agreement and approved by the parties to that agreement, the appeal procedure shall be governed by Part 15 of the NJC Statutes. This Annex shall be considered to form part of all collective agreements between the parties and the workers who must have direct access to it. * The worker receives the daily amount indicated below for each calendar day for which the employee is paid in accordance with Schedule A of the collective agreement. This daily amount corresponds to the annual amount indicated below divided by two hundred and sixty decimal eight (260.88); 37.08 Under the agreement, a worker may not receive leave credits in any month for which he or she has already been credited with leave under another collective agreement with which the employer is associated or other rules or regulations of the employer. . . .