▷ Collective bargaining agreement for the public sector: CSU parliamentary group supports takeover for civil servants

29.11.2021 – 17:21

CSU parliamentary group in the Bavarian state parliament

Munich (ots)

The CSU welcomes the adoption of the wage increase for public service employees in the federal states on civil servants in Bavaria.

The spokesman for public service issues in the CSU parliamentary group, Wolfgang Fackler:

“The transfer of the collective bargaining agreement 1: 1 to civil servants in Bavaria is a strong signal in difficult times. Your performance in times of crisis is highly valued and, above all, appropriately rewarded. We will therefore pass the state government’s bill in the Bavarian state parliament as soon as possible.”

Unions and employers have agreed on an increase of 2.8 percent from December 2022. In addition, there will be a one-time, tax-free and tax-free Corona special payment of 1,300 euros as early as March 2022.

Wolfgang Fackler on the collective agreement:

“Our employees in Bavaria do an excellent job every day. In this pandemic, they were and are particularly challenged and have surpassed themselves in many areas. This must also be reflected in income.”

The agreement affects employees at university hospitals, the police and fire brigade, schools and state authorities. The contract has a term of 24 months. Allowances are to be increased for employees at the university clinics and at the German Heart Center. This applies to care, infection, intensive, rotating shift and shift allowances. There is to be a new allowance for employees in the health sector at the university clinics.

Press contact:

Ursula Hoffmann
Press officer
Phone: 089/4126-2496
Telefax: 089/4126-69496
Email: [email protected]

Birger Nemitz
Deputy Press officer
Phone: 089/4126-2489
Telefax: 089/4126-69489
Email: [email protected]

Marcel Escher
Press officer and speaker for social media
Phone: 089/4126-2452
Telefax: 089/4126-69452
Email: [email protected]

Original content by: CSU parliamentary group in the Bavarian state parliament, transmitted by news aktuell


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