Money for new employees would have JohannesSlawig quite. And that was not always case in past years in Wuppertal, says City Chamberlain. For first time in 25 years, municipality has again a balanced budget in BergischenLand. Before that, it piled primarily debt and imposed a hiring freeze. Now, however, Wuppertal could employ new employees, and re are currently several vacancies. Clerk for is intended is looking for a undMitarbeiter in desktop management. Neverless, it often takes a long time for fürsolche jobs to actually find new employees. And this applies not only to Wuppertal, but also to many andereKommunen of Republic.
The authorities, administrations undöffentlichen facilities in this country lack staff, very much staff. This is why municipalities, countries and even federal government zunehmendeines: lack management. The remaining employees have to take over VieleAufgaben, which could orwise be distributed to more employees. Many public service workers feel overloaded – and Dafürviel too poorly paid. That is why Union ver. Di has called Zumbundesweiten Strike this week. It calls for more pay for workforce. Because, given salaries in public service, it is no wonder dassKommunen no educators, hospital workers or Verwaltungsangestelltefänden. At least 200 euro monthly for all pay groups re should be more.
But does really solve more money dasProblem? It is true that many administrations are heavily understaffed, dasbestätigen a number of surveys. About 185,000 employees are currently lacking in administration and authorities, German Confederation of officials figures. Alone DieKommunen could hire 140,000 people more, mainly Erzieherund teachers. On even 300,000 to 400,000 missing employees in Gesamtenöffentlichen service, consulting company PwC estimates Beschäftigtenlückebundesweit right now. By 2030, it would even be 800,000 vacant positions, as more and more older administrative staff retire."First money was missing, now staff"
And many administrations Bekommendie jobs even after months of search not occupied: So alone Berlin2017 complained about 4,000 vacancies in his municipal authorities. 1,500 have been vacant for half a year. Cologne reported 1,300 vacancies at 18,000 full-time employees and already launched a campaign in 2016: "1,000 vacancies – we are looking for staff!" In Dresden, too, last jedeelfte position in town hall was vacant. In Wuppertal, 221Mitarbeiter were desperately sought after. "First money was missing, now staff", re were local newspapers.
"Wher more money and higher salaries would really be solution, I do not know," says City Chamberlain Johannes Slawig. It is more of a structural problem, which is why we are hard to find employees. " The main reason: economy is running so well that labour market has swept away many areas like empty. Technicians, electricians and Ingenieurefür construction is hardly to be found, because real estate industry has been booming for years. Unemployed educators are even more rare because employees cannot be trained as quickly as daycare centers are emerging. Auf100 vacancies in elderly care are currently only 22 unemployed, also evidence of surveys of Economic Research Institute IWD, and in public administrative staff re are even 100 posts per eleven applicants.
Do municipalities Außerdemwirklich so badly that y are so unattractive as employers? In Munich, Germany's most expensive city, ten educators and educators are currently being searched for and a librarian. According to vacancy, an educator OhneBerufserfahrung here earns just under 2,600 euros gross, plus 126 euro Münchenzulage, plus200 Euro labour market allowance, plus 24 euros per child, plus allowance zurbetrieblichen old-age provision. This makes 2,900 EuroMonatsbrutto without children. There would be a maximum of 2,600 euros on free market.
With holiday and Christmas money in public sector even almost 3,100 euros per month. And re is additional old-age provision from 200 to 300 euro per month not even counted. For employees in public sector, approximately 1,950 Euronetto remain. In addition, salary increases automatically because you slip into a higher pay group after EinemJahr, after three years it is 2,166 Euronetto. And with two children once more 50 euros more. There is also free job ticket and train rides at Stadtein. For librarian it looks similar: on free market he could calculate at start of career with about 2,500 euros gross, with municipality, it includes allowances of around 3.170 euro. "We don't look so bad with that," finds a responsible department of city of Munich.
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