only to get the numbers right:
the employer suggestion was a salary from € 1.000,- per month
in austria you always get 14 months salary a year (because you have to get "Urlaubsgeld" and "Weihnachtsgeld")
so it would be a salary of € 14.000,- a year (USD 15.250,-)
if the comments in the news papers today are correct, this is only the salary if they idle (no flying hours at all, all year long)
each flying hour adds € 9,-
if you go for 30 flying hours, and five weeks payed holiday leave, it would be a additional salary of about + € 13.000,- a year (+ USD 14.100,-)
so total salary would be € 25.000,- (USD 27,250,-)
of course this are "brutto" numbers
the health insurance, the workless insurance, and all those insurances - which are mandatory in Austria - need to be calculated away
which leaves a yearly salary from about € 19.600,- a year what is equal to about U$D 21.500,-.
cost for the employer are higher because on his side he has to pay additional for the employes insurances and such
the total cost for the employer (including "Lohnnebenkosten") - following the suggestion of the employer from Friday would add up to about € 32,700 per attended (U$D 35.600,-) per year.
if you wanna check the numbers:https://onlinerechner.haude.at/Brutto-Netto-Rechner
sorry, in German ...
employees before had agreed to that employers suggestion:
"95 Prozent des Cockpit-Personals und 70 Prozent des Kabinenpersonals hätten dem Vorschlag der Laudamotion-Geschäftsführung zugestimmt, heißt es in einem offenen Brief von Laudamotion-Beschäftigten an vida-Chef Roman Hebenstreit und an den Vorsitzenden des vida-Fachbereichs Luftfahrt, Daniel Liebhart.
feel free to translate by yourself ...
sources (German:)https://www.kleinezeitung.at/wirtschaft ... ter-wollenhttps://kurier.at/wirtschaft/laudamotio ... /400850777
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