Austria - Annual report of the Chamber of Labour - March 31, 2017

The Chamber of Labour made an assessment of the work in 2016 and discussed the outlook for 2017. The Chamber that looks after the interest of all workers is highly praised by the workforce (75% of the workers believes that the Chamber is a reliable organisation). The Chamber earned in court cases around 234-million-euro compensation for workers and another 38 million euro outside the court. The Chamber also has campaigned against social and wage dumping. Priorities for the future are the reduction of unemployment, a reform of the tax system and improvement of social housing.

German: https://www.arbeiterkammer.at/service/presse/Leistungsbilanz_2016.html

Pamphlet (in German): https://media.arbeiterkammer.at/wien/PDF ...  

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