Austrian workers are probably entitled to some clarification from their representative, the Chamber of Labor (AK), which is in dire straits: as eXXpress reveals from the latest AK accounts figures, the AK top owes an estimated 5.3 million euros. imposed in the last year alone the mandatory membership fee with securities deals – thus destroying an average of 14,520 Euros of wealth per day.
In addition, the absurdly high salaries of several top Chamber of Labor officials have now been documented: Viennese AK director Silvia Hruska-Frank alone receives a gross salary of 19,300 euros per month. The director of the Styrian Chamber of Labor also receives a gross monthly salary of 16,500 euros.
And the president of the Vienna Chamber of Labor can expect to gross at least 13,200 euros per month. Interesting: The monthly salary of AK President Renate Enderl and AK Director is published in net amounts on the website of the Chamber of Labor – why?
But what is now troubling more and more social media users, and eXpress readers as well, is the silence of the SPO-related Chamber of Labor leadership on the revelations. AK The office bearers of Chic apparently want to hush up the whole thing, just dive in: no explanation, no apology, no resignation. AK President Renate Enderl, who sent the appointment for a “personal statement” in the spring, has so far declined to comment.
The federal SPO is also silent on the current situation in the SPO-affiliated Chamber of Labour, which is now highly explosive for the new federal party president ahead of the upcoming National Council elections: Andreas Bübler will probably also have to comment on the complaints of the Chamber of Labor in the televised confrontation After all, losses incurred in securities speculation are also apt to cast doubt on the economic viability of an SPO-affiliated institution.