Particularly considering the background of the shortage of skilled personnel, many companies are dependent on highly qualified foreign specialists ("white collar"). Also in the area of industrial employees ("blue collar"), a decline in applicants has been recorded. As a result, employers started to expand their recruiting radius beyond German borders. Business start-ups by third-country nationals are also becoming increasingly attractive.
What do we offer?
Job advertisements & application process
Contract design & deployment options
(Bilingual) employment contracts under German law
Deployment options as employee, freelancer, assignment or temporary worker
Place of work at home or abroad & mobile working
Specific aspects of international employees
Residence permit and work permit
Social security obligations, especially social security agreements with third countries
Residence permit & work permit
Eligible residence permit (e.g. Blue Card, residence permit for self-employment)
Embassies and consulates, foreigners' office, federal employment agency
Risks for the employer
Failure to hold a work permit
Violation of registration requirements
Records in the trade register
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