BERLIN, June 26 (Reuters) – Germany will make it possible for the entry of international personnel to fill employees shortages at the German airports as a temporary resolution, Bild am Sonntag noted on Sunday, citing the interior, transportation and labour ministers.
Airport operators throughout Europe, such as Germany, have been struggling with staff members shortages to take care of the movement of travellers as demand for vacation bounces back with the close of most COVID-19 limits. read much more
Photos of travellers ready in prolonged lines at safety look at details at Duesseldorf airport previously this 7 days confirmed the scale of the lack which has caused chaos in the course of the getaway year.
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The Interior, Labour and Transportation ministries will start a joint campaign for brining non permanent foreign staff to operate at German airports, Bild reported, introducing that there was a shortage about 2,000 to 3,000 personnel at the airports.
The marketing campaign aims to deliver a four-digit range of experienced staff from Turkey to Germany, who could be deployed for a few months from July.
Labour Minister Hubertus Heil mentioned employers must pay back collective wages and offer first rate accommodation for a minimal time.
“We want to rule out any kind of social dumping and exploitation,” Heil was quoted as stating by Bild.
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Reporting by Riham Alkousaa
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