Again, parents need to prepare for possible strikes in daycare. In other areas of public services – such as transport companies, offices or approval bodies – could the employees go on strike as early as next week.
The chairman of the German Civil Service Federation (DBB), Klaus Dauderstädt, announced in the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung on strikes before the second round of negotiations on 11 April. could be affected transport with trams and buses, registration offices, daycare centers and offices. “Between the second and third round on 28 April, the strikes could worsen if the employer does not absolutely move,” said the dbb-chief. Dates and locations for the actions announced yet facts are clear.
unions and local employers – represented by the Association of Municipal Employers ( VKA) – negotiate for more than two million workers in Germany. The first negotiations in Potsdam had brought no appreciable convergence. Ver.di and the Civil Service Association dbb demanding six percent wage increase, which reject the employer.
The German Civil Service Federation also calls for the degradation of millions overtime because of the refugee crisis 8000 additional points within the police and an earlier retirement. The agreed upon by the Ministry of the Interior 3,000 new jobs at the federal police were not sufficient.
Another moot point is the provision of occupational pensions in the municipalities. Localities want power cuts here.
The MCA argues that the municipal debt had grown in the past year to a new record level of 145 billion. The spending gap lies at about 130 billion. VAK President Thomas Böhle said: “The alleged by the unions need to catch up there is not between 2008 and 2015, the achievements in the municipal employers have increased by 23.9 percent Negotiated wages in the overall economy in the same period by only 20,.. 4 percent increase. ”