2020
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Reporting item No. 6 - €150 million disability inclusion initiative II: Unclear funding guidance of the Labour Ministry puts additional jobs at risk (equalisation fund)

The Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs refuses to clearly define the funding guidelines for the federal inclusion initiative II. In doing so, the Ministry jeopardises the creation of new jobs for severely disabled people.

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Reporting item No. 7 - Avoid a multi-million burden on the pension fund –Labour Ministry needs to act promptly

The Foreign Pension Act serves to ensure old-age pension entitlements for expellees and ethnic German immigrants such as (late) resettlers. The Foreign Pension Act places a multi-million liability risk on the federal budget.

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Reporting item No. 8 - Amend biased insurance requirements of artists’ social security scheme

The requirements of the artists’ social security scheme give preferential treatment to those insured compared to other classes of insured people.

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Reporting item No. 9 - Absence of adequate controls in the artists’ social security fund places a burden on the state and businesses

The artists’ social security fund has no adequate control mechanisms in place to verify the data provided by the insured. As a result, no assurance can be provided on whether the requirements for compulsory insurance are still met.

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