The Public Service Collective Agreement (TVöD) and the Collective Agreement for the Public Service of the Federal States (Länder) (TV-L) are collective agreements that apply to many public employers, including the federal government, the federal states, the municipalities and the social insurance carriers.
These agreements are negotiated between representatives of the federal government, the United Services Union (ver.di), the Tarifgemeinschaft deutscher Länder (TdL), the Employers' Association of the Federal States (except Hesse), the Federation of Municipal Employers' Associations (VKA) and the unions responsible for the public sector.
Together, the TV-L and the TVöD cover a wide range of occupations in the fields of administration, social and educational services, health care, justice, research, IT and more.
Select the gross salary in the table to determine the net amount, which gives you a complete overview of your earnings after deduction of taxes and social security contributions.
The table on the right shows how many years of work experience are required to reach the various tiers and how long one must remain in each tier to be eligible for the next tier. The number in parentheses next to the years of experience indicates the additional years required to advance to the next tier. It is helpful for individuals seeking career advancement to know the qualifications for the various tiers. The table includes tiers from 0 to 8 with corresponding pay grades 1 through 10.
When a new employee is hired, they will be placed in the first tier of that salary scale if they have no relevant work experience. If the employee has at least one year of relevant work experience with the same employer, they will be placed in a higher tier, taking into account the length of their previous employment. If the employee has at least one year of relevant work experience with a different employer, they will be hired at the respective tier, depending on the length of their experience.
Additionally, if the new hire has previously worked in a public sector job under the same salary regulations, the employer may take into account the tier they had achieved in their previous job when determining their tier in the new organization .
|R-2||0 (+2)||2 (+3)||5 (+3)||8 (+3)||11 (+4)||15 (+4)||19 (+4)||23|
|R-1||0 (+2)||2 (+3)||5 (+3)||8 (+3)||11 (+4)||15 (+4)||19 (+4)||23|
The family allowance for the first child is €153.88, and then increases
The family allowance for the first child is €285.40, and then increases
Official and position allowances may be provided for prominent functions. They may not exceed 75 percent of the difference between the final basic salary of the grade of the civil servant, judge or soldier and the final basic salary of the next higher grade, unless otherwise provided by law.
Allowance for judges and prosecutors is up to €540.00.