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18:20  06 april  2021
18:20  06 april  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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the vast majority of companies in Germany, according to Employer Association BDA, join the planned corona tests for employees.

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In 80 to 90 percent of companies, this is already possible or imminent immediately, the BDA announced on Tuesday. The peak associations of the economy had called their members just under a month to make offers on a voluntary basis to ensure higher security in offices in the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

The implementation of success without bureaucracy and statutory regulation, most with large corporations, so the BDA. "Of course, there are also challenges. These include delivery difficulties and procurement problems, elaborate organization of the tests in companies as well as a hesitant acceptance of the test offering for employees and additional legal uncertainties."

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The Federal Government wants to evaluate this week if there are enough companies. "My impression is that there would be more commitment from the companies," said Vice-Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) with a view of test options and more home office. If there is no "complete implementation", the government will take legal possibilities. On the other hand, the peak associations of the German economy are maintained: "By regulation or testing, these challenges can not be eliminated, but on the contrary, more difficult to improve."

also Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) had finally threatened the economy with conditions, you should not test your employees who are not in the home office, not twice a week. The minimum quota was 90 percent of the companies. The Federal Cabinet will decide coming week about a test obligation.

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to completely different numbers comes the union-to-do Hans-Böckler Foundation. In the second half of March, only 23 percent of respondents had reported that all presence employees in their company could make a rapid test at least once a week. For 54 percent, however, there are neither operational fast tests nor these be announced. The survey is not representative, but are based on an evaluation of over 2800 records. "The disappointingly low implementation rate shows that a binding regulation is necessary, which guarantees a consistent and rapid introduction of operational fast tests," said FoundationSexpertin Elke Ahlers. "Only in this way can the health of the employees and complete operational operations be ensured." Saxony and Berlin have already made a test offer for companies with presence employees. Berlin (Reuters)

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