Due to the lack of staff in nursing have according to an industry survey, more than half of the facilities open.
60 percent have unfilled Vacancies for skilled workers, in the middle of six Jobs are free, as the German press Agency present analysis shows. In the past three months, had to prescribe accordingly, every fifth care facility due to the shortage of skilled workers, a temporary assignment, stop.
For the of the Protestant Bank commissioned survey, were interviewed almost 300 of managing Director and administration Manager, who together represent at least the year 1250, the nationwide, about 15,000 stationary homes.
With a higher payment, 46 percent of the homes try of the survey is that to win staff. It lacks many of the sufficient financial means, such as the Board of Directors member of the order, there is a Bank, Christian Ferchland, in Kassel, Germany, said. For the achievement of the profit threshold a utilization rate of 94 percent is in the medium is necessary. “The shortage of skilled labour institutions can act only to a very limited extent with higher salaries.” Here, political decisions have to be asked.
In the event of bottlenecks, nearly 40 percent of the operators have access to the survey results, according to temporary workers – even if in individual cases. Nurses from abroad, therefore, are in more than 70 percent of the homes to the workforce, mainly from Eastern Europe.
in Germany, you know, 38,000 Places in the Old – and nursing are vacant. The Federal government wants to stimulate training in the industry. By 2023, the number of apprentices and training to institutions in the Federal cut by ten percent in comparison to 2019.
Berlin is also pressure on aged care providers to get more tariff binding. The industry’s not-for-profit, religious, public and private providers is fragmented. In the care of the elderly, the usually higher pay and better work to the Federal Minister of labour, Hubertus Heil, only 22 percent of employees in companies with collective agreements, terms and conditions.