Association Employees

BVMW President Ohoven compromise to the Investivlohn considers reasonable Bonn/Berlin – the compromise of the Government coalition on the involvement of employees in the company is a reasonable and relatively non-bureaucratic way. The warnings of the economy from a centralised fund solution showed apparently effect.” That the President of the Association said medium-sized economy (BVMW), Mario Ohoven, the corner points of the coalition working group today known. He hoped, so the middle-class President, that so is the overly bureaucratic Germany Fund off the table. This was a Central Fund of Kurt Beck in the last summer proposed model to pay workers, and which indirectly should participate in their companies. In contrast, the BVMW and other economic associations had called a direct participation of employees in the company. In Germany, only about eight percent of employees in the company are involved. Overall, only just under 4,000 companies make Offers corresponding to their employees. We have another backlog at the Investivlohn in the EU”, Ohoven. He was however confident that planned tax incentives for the acquisition of capital shares in the company will act as a primer. Ansgar Lange