5. Working conditions and remuneration
The nationally applicable labor law provisions must be observed. The wages and other benefits must at least correspond to the legal regulations and / or the standards of the local manufacturing industry. Wages and other benefits are to be clearly defined and paid out or made regularly. The aim is to pay wages and other allowances that cover the cost of living if the statutory minimum wages are too low. Deductions for contributions in kind are only permitted to a small extent and only in proportion to the value of the contribution in kind. The regular maximum working hours are based on the statutory provisions. It is no more than 48 hours per week. The number of overtime hours is no more than 12 hours per week. Overtime worked must be paid for separately or compensated for in free time.
After 6 working days in a row, an employee is entitled to a day off. More working days in a row are only permitted if this is permitted under national law and a collective law regulation.