Skilled Workers and specialists welcome. The Skilled Immigration Act in Germany allows easier access to the German labor market for non-EU citizens
In the past decade or so, Germany has seen a serious shortage of skilled workers. Consequently, recruitment in Germany turned to active sourcing.
An extensige guide by Universal Hires’ immigration experts on how to apply and obtain a work visa and working permit in Germany.
Digitization is challenging German companies to fill more than 100,000 tech specialists within the next years, a study by Bitcom cerently revealed.
The German economy is growing. But do taxes support it, or are they slowing it down? Some factors make Germany competitive worldwide.
What you need to know about termination of an employee in Germany: regulations, your rights, notice period, termination of contract, and severance pay.
Having employees in Germany costs more than just wages or salaries. About 21 percent of gross wages are non-wage labour costs (labor burden) in Germany.
In case of termination in Germany, a notice period that follows German Labor Law must be respected. Read more on what an employer needs to keep in mind.
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