01. Dec 2021 | Management
The industry is currently looking into the new year with concern: So many questions about the planned tariff obligation and what it means for personnel refinancing and care rate negotiations. So much chaos around compulsory testing and how 3G can be implemented in the workplace, endless discussions about vaccinations and boosters.
We are particularly preoccupied these days with the force with which the corona pandemic is messing up the country, and worries about how things will continue and where the new traffic light government will steer maintenance. On December 7, 2021, our experts will be at your side at the PERSPECTIVES DIGITAL nursing home conference, bringing you up to date and answering your questions. From 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. you can look forward to these top topics:
Coalition agreement, test concepts, mandatory vaccination – what politicians are planning and how you can implement them
Prof. Ronald Richter, lawyer and specialist lawyer for tax law. JUDGE LAWYERS, Hamburg
Effects of the care reform on remuneration and revenues, business models and staff refinancing – What negotiation strategies now are promising
Kai Tybussek, lawyer and managing partner of Curacon Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Ratingen
Update labor law and collective agreements: what to watch out for now
Peter Sausen, lawyer and specialist lawyer for labor law and owner of the STEINRÜCKE law firm. SAUSEN, Cologne
The New Personnel Appraisal Tool (PeBem) – How To Get A Reasonable Chance Use staffing levels and realign the areas of responsibility internally
Heike Jurgschat-Geer, owner, advice in healthcare, Mönchengladbach
Who cares for Germany?
Home owners are desperately looking for international nurses. In German private households, domestic helpers from Eastern Europe work – often illegally – and look after people in need of care. This book deals with this explosive topic, analyzes the legal situation, explores the gray areas and presents successful projects. The individual contributions come from the panel of experts at the “Transnational Nursing Workers” symposium.
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