(SDA) There are enough part-time jobs in Switzerland – working mothers will have to increase their small pensions. This was demanded by the employer president Valentin Vogt in a newspaper interview before a meeting with the parties to reconcile his work and family life.
Eight of the ten-day-old mother, who has been the president of the current president of the employer's association since 2011, said in an interview published in several Tamedia newspapers Monday. It is not to create more part-time jobs, but to ensure that working mothers receive pensions. "Today, however, only a small fraction of mothers are ready."
58-year-old St. The manager of St. Gallen first of all sees the need to capture everyday structures financed by schools and cantons in schools. Ir Fathers and mothers should be able to leave their children in the morning and gather in the evening. Ip Enlargement is the duty of cantons and communities. The public sector ultimately earned additional tax revenues from women, with higher penalties.
According to Vogt, part-time work should not only serve the employees, but also the company. In the long run, 60 percent didn't make sense to the company under Pensen, says Winterthur Industrial Burckhardt Compression Head. In executive positions, the limit was set at 80 percent. Everything underneath it makes it difficult. Even if there is no specific employee, care should be taken for the customers and the projects will continue.
There is a shortage of staff in Swiss companies. Today there are about five million workers. According to the employer organization, in the next decade, about one million people will retire, but will be equivalent to about 400,000 new workers. On Tuesday, the employer union in Berne meets with the parties to discuss the compatibility of the family and work.