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Symposium Social

Posted by adminNY on November 11, 2017
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Symposium of the municipal education plant e.V. on 19 and 20 September 2013 to social law and SGB II Berlin 23.07.2013 – taking Symposium in Berlin on the 19.und September 20 questions from the professional practice of job centers on and informs about the current case-law to the SGB II. experts and practitioners can discuss on the networking event of the municipal education plant e.V. in September, interact and shape. In the course of the last 4 years unemployment, not least declined through the still robust economy.

In addition to the relief of public budgets by fewer recipients of unemployment benefit II, is a further positive side effect of this development, that in many places the job Center more effectively can fulfil their tasks of”support request”. The labor and Social Affairs Minister Conference (ASMK) decided at its meeting in November 2012 in Hanover, to set up a federal countries working group to addressing the questions of legislative simplification in the SGB II. First results of their work will be to the Symposium Social / SGB II introduced. At the same time, taken up in the Conference of municipal education plant e.V. in the best way the immediate questions of regulatory practice and made the discussion in the circle of practitioners. In the Centre are this year the problem of immoral wages, dealing with (and protection of) social data, as well as the Committee work in the job centers.

Of course, II is once again entered on the Court jurisdiction to the SGB. The Conference social / SGB II on May 19. And 20 September 2013 will give an intensive exchange of experience within the framework of the discussions and of the specific programme. Experts and practitioners alike have their say, and the municipalities – and countries comprehensive dialogue should be protected during the networking event. The following topics are on the agenda: legal simplifications in the field of SGB II.

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