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Breweries / Brief overview

Brief overview of the collective agreement

editorial note Source: Gewerkschaft PRO-GE


Blue-collar workers / white-collar workers
Blue-collar workers


Applicable in
Austria


In force since
1 September 2017


Results of the latest round of negotiations
  • Increase of minimum wages under the collective agreement by 2.0% + EUR 7.50
  • Increase of actual wages by 2.0% + EUR 7.50 €
  • Increase of apprenticeship pay by 2.30%
  • Increase of separation allowances (
    Trennungskostenentschädigungen
    ) by 2.30%
  • Increase of board allowances (
    Zehrgelder
    ) by 2.30%
  • Increase of allowances by 2.30%
  • More favourable regulations unchanged


Minimum wage / minimum salary
Breweries up to 120,000 hl:
  • Simple tasks: from EUR 1,987.38 to EUR 2,206.20
  • Tasks requiring qualification: from EUR 2,400.51 to EUR 2,706.87
  • Tasks requiring high qualification: EUR 2,838.16 to EUR 2,979.95
Breweries between 120,001 and 360,000 hl:
  • Simple tasks: from EUR 1,987.38 to EUR 2,344.50
  • Tasks requiring qualification: from EUR 2,400.51 to EUR 2,706.87
  • Tasks requiring high qualification: EUR 2,838.16 to EUR 2,979.95
Breweries above 360,000 hl:
  • Simple tasks: from EUR 2,090.67 to EUR 2,467.05
  • Tasks requiring qualification: from EUR 2,524.81 to EUR 2,848.67
  • Tasks requiring high qualification: EUR 2,988.71 to EUR 3,135.75
Breweries up to 120,000 hl (premium fleet):
  • Simple tasks: from EUR 1,695.05 to EUR 1,880.60
  • Tasks requiring qualification: from EUR 2,062.66 to EUR 2,127.44
Breweries with 120,000 hl and more (logistics):
  • Simple tasks: from EUR 1,782.57 to EUR 2,109.93
  • Tasks requiring qualification: from EUR 2,151.95 to EUR 2,544.07


Apprenticeship pay
1st year of apprenticeship: EUR 961.50
2nd year of apprenticeship: EUR 1,236.21
3rd year of apprenticeship: EUR 1,785.63


Supplements and allowances
Hardship or hazard allowances, storage cellar allowance, fermentation hall allowance (vary according to the size of the brewery)


Working time
The regular working time is 38.5 hours per week
.
Supplement for extra hours
: usually 50%, during specified times 100%.


Notice periods
For employers:
up to 6 months 1 week
more than 6 months 6 weeks
more than 2 years 8 weeks
more than 5 years 13 weeks
more than 15 years 17 weeks
more than 25 years 21 weeks
For employees:
up to 6 months 1 week
more than 6 months 4 weeks


Please note: Expiry of claims
Any mutual claims arising from the employment relationship must be asserted within five months after they arose and/or became known, otherwise the claim expires.


Other results achieved regarding socio-political aspects
  • Special payment: Christmas remuneration (
    Weihnachtsremuneration
    ) and annual leave bonus (
    Urlaubszuschuss
    ) (depending on years of employment)
  • Anniversary bonuses
  • Incentives (beer for proprietary consumption (
    Haustrunk
    ))
  • Sharing of costs for training for drivers of motor vehicles according to the Transportation of Goods Act (
    Güterbeförderungsgesetz, GuetbefG
    )

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