From the employer’s point of view, a 3G rule at the workplace only makes sense with a right to information.
Berlin – The general manager of the Confederation of German Employers’ Associations, Steffen Kampeter, also made it clear: If the employee does not meet his obligation to provide evidence, he will often no longer be able to be employed. At the request of the German Press Agency on Tuesday, Kampeter said: “Anyone who wants 3G must not hesitate when it comes to the right to information. This rule only makes sense if employers are in the know and can react appropriately. The health ministers recognized this unanimously and called on the federal government to act. If the unions now call for voluntary commitments on the part of employees, then they are weakening possible health protection for employees. “
Kampeter went on to explain: “If the employee does not comply with his obligation to provide evidence, he will often no longer be able to be employed. The principle then applies: Without performance, there is no wage. This is the only way to effectively guarantee in-house health protection. ” Employees present at the workplace who have neither a corona vaccination nor a convalescent status should, according to the SPD, Greens and FDP, be tested daily for the corona virus in the future. (dpa)