SPD chairwoman Andrea Nahles calls for a vigorous increase in wages. "Instead of kaputtzusparen us, we should make sure that income and purchasing power are in Germany," she said to mirror. "I want wages to increase overall." She proposed an offensive for better pay, especially for employees in daycare centers and nursing homes. "We need a collective agreement social, reasonable wage wage in care and in health professions."
The minimum wage, which, according to recommendation of Mindestlohnkommission, is expected to rise to 9.19 euros and from 2020 to 9.35 per hour, considers Nahles to be too low. It was open to readjusting minimum wage and raising it to up to 12 euros. "That's what people deserve," she said.
The SPD chief acknowledged that such a determination was "a massive intervention" in wage determination. "That's why I want to look for or ways to increase wages. If we find that we are not going any furr, we need to think about legal minimum wage. "
In government-Mindestlohnkommission, re are three employees and three employers ' representatives, two scientists and one chairman. The proposals for 2019 and 2020 were unanimously adopted.Date Of Update: 02 September 2018, 12:00