Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic does not agree with the Labour Code, which would limit the powers of public higher education institution
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic does not agree with the Labour Code, which would limit the powers of public universities to issue its own payroll requirements. Proposal to the Labour Code submitted to external comments Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.
The fact that it is important to prepare the material surveyed only in its comments, the Ministry of Education as a „minimum standard“. A new bill is also affected by its scope: in addition to changing the setting of wages at public universities, also abolished the Higher Education Act, authorizing public universities to determine wages of their workers according to their own wage laws.
The Ministry also points out the fact that the college understands the Law College as an institution funded primarily from the state budget, but also as a self-governing and independent institution. "The proposal by the MLSA, the attempts at public universities to establish pay scales based on sixteen grades applicable to the budget table and contributory sector, limiting the independence of public universities and significantly impairs their ability to retain talented academics. If the proposal was actually approved by the Ministry of Labour, it would probably leave the whole range of high quality teachers in public higher education, "said Ministry of Education in its press statement.
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