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Better pay for care workers : Collective models cost at least 1.4 billion

of The Federal government to target better pay of nurses on a collective level, would cost, according to a media report annually to between 1.4 and 5.2 billion euros. This is evident from a study of the possible models that created the IGES-Institute for the Federal Ministry of health and the present the "picture on Sunday". The cheapest option would be a to regions or Federal States have different tariff-payment with costs of at least EUR 1.4 billion.

the most expensive variant of all salaries would be adapted nationally uniform to the collective agreement in the public service, what more would this cost every year, around 5.2 billion euros. In between, a Covenant was according to the report, more differentiated minimum wage, with an additional cost of 1.5 to two billion Euro. A Care assistant would then earn up to 2,500 Euro, a professional force of up to 3200.

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"If we want to improve the working conditions for nurses, they need to be better paid," said Federal Minister of health, Jens Spahn (CDU) of the newspaper. "No matter what we choose to be - this means significant additional costs." Private care providers are fighting back against a nationwide fixed payment. (dpa)

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