Green Book Terms and Conditions (.pdf format, 1.1Mb) including school staff. The hiring of a fully and properly qualified replacement A school principal may require a teacher to perform up to 4 lessons per week of direct pedagogical activity beyond the required level, a teacher may agree on additional lessons. Teaching staff are entitled to an allowance for these additional lessons (see additional remuneration). If a teacher`s working time has been extended, there is no need to change the employment contract or other formal terms of the employment relationship. Teachers cannot influence the number of hours of lessons named. The definition of educational personnel and its list are contained in the Pedagogical Personnel Act. With regard to working conditions, a particularly important part of the definition is that pedagogical staff are always the staff of a legal person who carries out the activities of a school and a school (i.e. a school) and that pedagogical staff carry out activities carried out in education in accordance with the Education Act (direct pedagogical activities). The same law defines performance requirements for all categories of educational staff (not just teachers) and defines professional qualifications. The School Staff Act also provides for some derogations from the Labour Code with regard to fixed-term contracts and working hours. The amount of remuneration (allowances) for all employees is set at the central level, i.e.
by the Labour Code. There is a right to compensation for overtime. Remuneration parameters for the management of other staff members, individual allowances and/or bonuses are also defined for staff of public and governmental organisations. Education information is provided below, but it also applies appropriately to staff of children`s groups or institutions for children under 3 years of age. In addition, teachers are entitled to certain allowances. The Labour Code also contains general remuneration schemes, which also apply to the remuneration of teachers in private and denominational schools. The lowest levels of the guaranteed wage and minimum wage are set by government decree. In 2005, the Educational Personnel Act introduced a set of rules and a career system classifying education personnel at professional levels.
This allows teaching staff in public schools and schools under the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports to acquire their profession in “vocational grades” which, through professional qualifications, a description of the activities they must carry out at a relevant level of education, or other qualification conditions, such as professional experience or certificates, which confirm competence to carry out certain activities, are defined. In some cases, when the employee is engaged in an activity within a given category, this may mean promotion to a higher salary category or a right to remuneration for specialized activities or for managerial functions (see salaries). The conditions for classifying an employee into a certain career level are defined by the Ministry of National Education in a decree for each category of education staff. The practical importance of the career system is: without prejudice to the fact that the conditions of remuneration (including transport in the scale of remuneration) are made independent of this system by binding general legislation (government decree) and completely independent of the status of teachers in the career system. . . .