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The influence of national culture on stock option programmes as motivators. The case of managers in Germany

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[1.] Cs/Fragment 104 01 - Diskussion
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Cs, Fragment, Gesichtet, KomplettPlagiat, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, The Economist 2006a

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[A single person in West Germany gets 345 Euros/month] (331 Euro in the East) plus health insurance, rent und utilities paid for, which makes it attractive for jobless young people, for instance, to move out of their parents’ home. A single person in west Germany gets €345 a month(€331 in the east) plus health insurance, rent and utilities paid for, which makes it attractive for jobless young people, for instance, to move out of their parents' home.
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[2.] Cs/Fragment 104 16 - Diskussion
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However, a compromise would have to be found because the CDU and its Bavarian sister party the CSU originally wanted to cap employer contributions whereas the SPD wanted a broader segment of society to be required to contribute to the system of solidarity that covers nearly 90 percent of Germany’s residents. [...] It was hoped that this would reduce the non labour wage costs, which contribute to the high price of German workers and therefore help make German labour internationally more competitive. However, the public health insurance companies have increased their premiums during the long period of discussions and both employers and employees are now forced to pay more, increasing the non-wage labour costs. [l.21-25]

Angela Merkel's CDU and its Bavarian sister party, the CSU, initially wanted to cap employers' contributions, which the Social Democrats opposed. Instead, the SPD wanted a broader segment of society to be required to contribute to the system of solidarity that covers nearly 90 percent of Germany's residents.

[l.14-19] The reform's original aim was to cut non-labor wage costs, which contribute to the high price of German workers. However, public health insurance companies raised their premiums during the long months of discussion before the reform passed. Both employers and employees were forced to pay more, jacking up non-wage labor costs.

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The last paragraph on this page ends with a marked Merkel quote from this DW-World page and footnote 16 referring to dw-world [1](27.02.07).

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