IG Metall boss Hofmann: “Some employers are still in the rabble stage”

Dhe second lockdown got the chairman of IG Metall in trouble with his private Christmas planning. Somehow he has to organize the celebration with his … Read more

Ryanair concludes crisis agreement with German flight attendants

Ryanair jet at Weeze Airport The airline speaks of moderate wage cuts and the preservation of German jobs. (Photo: AP) Dublin, Berlin The low-cost airline … Read more

Lufthansa trains pilots for the Lilium air taxi

Lilium Air Taxi Lilium plans to start series production and operate regional flight services in 2025. (Photo: Reuters) Munich The electric air taxi manufacturer Lilium … Read more

Concern about Elon Musk’s handling of tariff standards

But how will Tesla pay its employees? The topic not only arouses the interest of potential job applicants. Politicians and trade unionists also keep a … Read more

Heinz Hermann Thiele wants the federal government to act as a mediator in the restructuring dispute

Heinz Hermann Thiele In view of the halting restructuring negotiations, the major shareholder warns of severe cuts and further job cuts. Frankfurt LufthansaMajor shareholder Heinz … Read more

Set a minimum requirement of 24 days of home office per year

Labor Minister Hubertus Heil Not everyone can work from home: “Of course, a baker cannot bake bread rolls from home,” says Heil. (Photo: AFP) Berlin … Read more

Verdi boss Frank Werneke does not rule out daycare strikes

Berlin Despite the collapse in tax revenues due to the corona crisis, the services union Verdi sees no reason for wage restraint in the upcoming … Read more

“Work 4.0 needs co-determination 4.0”

IG Metall Vice President Christiane Benner “Employers have to sit down with us on strategic issues.” (Foto: imago/sepp spiegl) Ms. Benner, the corona crisis is driving … Read more