ZDF-Aussteigerin packt aus | Katrin Seibold bei Viertel nach Acht
yes, also a structural problem i think it's time that we pay attention to how equal pay is for women within the zdf and that affects above all the freelancers, because the former frontal21 reporter doerte meyer has proven in court that it is still a foreign word on zdf to pay women three employees the same as men so she went through the courts for seven years, the labor courts up to the federal constitutional court, was ultimately rejected with the request and the zdf refused to provide information for four years about what the private had researched, namely that she earns less than her male colleagues and now to explain the whole thing a bit there is a remuneration transparency law of 2017 that says that a woman within a company may ask the employer what the male colleagues doing comparable work earn it needs i In this team there are at least six male colleagues who do the same thing, which is not the case in every team, so this law has been improved and is not quite right in itself, because the ZDF simply said something new, in my case for example i also asked 2017 there are not six male colleagues in your team so we can't make this comparison and because you are a freelancer you don't have the right to it yes and what she has achieved but birte meyer this frontal21 report on it through these seven years court action not that she earns the same amount but she has managed that employees who are free now also have a right to get this information from zdf on this level, small
small but with a long court because of the nerve costs, the biographies are permanently damaged, politics is made personnel policy and that has to stop and that's why I call for the first time the leadership of the zdf on their st to make structures transparent about how women are paid here, firstly and secondly, i call on the female employees to take out legal expenses insurance and then go through the labor courts until they are finally paid the same as the men in question The activity of a woman was also then, in addition to the mother alone, the work quota had also been reduced, yes, that was in 2017, so I had 75 work quotas and then I was told no, you only get 55 percent, that’s why it’s so big there was also a commotion within the editorial office there was another dating similar to that and then our editorial team wrote a letter to the director with the request that we both be better off contractually because it can't be done yes that came out we have a tight-lipped legal justification from dr get thomas bellut that's all right be that was d The first thing I did was of course become active myself, went to the staff council and I will never forget this scene when the staff councilor sat in front of me and I said yes to her, really desperate, but I thought that ZDF was a family-friendly company, so actually a public law institution and he said yes france a field but only for our permanent employees so and you have to know that the program on zdf would not take place
at all without permanent freelancers that is a large part of the employees who do this work and now i will tell you something briefly an employee is defined as a freelancer is the young one on the zdf no employee i was informed several times but i had my income tax card from the beginning for 18 years because i had one i was on the roster i was authorized to give instructions i had a permanent desk an e-mail affair just beautiful puts my name on the door hanger as long as i still have a single places that hot t it’s the legal categories for the fact that i was an employee so of course i walked around with these categories and that basically didn’t work out now we were in a worse position i would like to approach my brother if you now hear the case of Ms.
Seibold and then think about the case of Ms. Schlesinger you have to say almost boldly those up there and then yes the infantry could almost say to freelancers yes that's the way it is and the two cases are of course connected because this routine this when i get out of the luxury at the top is only possible with a certain distribution of funds it is redistributed from bottom to top in favor of those above and not the other way around and in the history of schleswig only one thing really concerns me this talk about individual cases and exceptions now unreservedly I mean, they've been doing the greatest sloppiness there for seven years and nobody noticed it t the deputy director the justiciar the department heads main
department heads i always have a problem with a person being singled out in the event of a grievance you know the leader didn’t know about everything either i think if he had known they would have intervened but have an issue today who is here today seen that also really great documentation was not a lie at all also implemented with the radio near trier that was an impressive example for public radio how should public radio be reformed i don't know if you have questions or from eight billion euros passe I don't and that belongs in this area but of course you don't have compliments unfortunately no telephone even no we don't have I wouldn't take any time off either claudia roth she knows everything no there are excellent contributions the legal ones but has changed my attention very much narrowt i only watch arte and 3sat and there are really excellent stories so often if they want it works too and of course we ran on the hd also with which we ran in the ard yes i would even get the sports show an overpayment i have sport it doesn't matter at all apart from the pole vault i think it's a fantastic one yourself you've experienced it for almost 20 years what would be your plan for public broadcasting can we be reformed so i'd like to go into it again so i'll hold this debate what these directors salaries are actually a very populist mock debate because it's about the structures that's why I'm here today with this topic you have to radically disclose the structures there
actually has to be a kind of disclosure oath to the public at least as far as zdf is concerned i can still date speak zdf how employees are treated here there are court proceedings at the end there is always a clean silence clause which of course must not be broken because of these stories don't come out to the public yes so why i broke a silence here otherwise most people just don't talk about it and i think it has to stop that these are silences back to your topic of guilt it's actually old mechanisms of the church that are taking effect here it's about feelings of guilt it's about fear and it's about being silenced and that usually happens either legally or through a general, shall I put it, a general opinion which he is responsible for and I think we also have to go back to the last two years of corona reporting and have you already done it in your program as far as the media is concerned, there is a clear need for reappraisal and actually a public corresponding to the end of the termination being reached the end again next week are tuesday But we're back for you and we'll be passionately discussing it again, bye