WORKING IN GERMANY
Germany is still a country handling immigration rather restrictive, but then, in general, is a very welcoming country. Unless you are an EU citizen, there are only limited options to apply for a German work permit successfully.
It requires in most cases a job offer. Learn here how to look for jobs and how to best apply with which document.
Once you started working with German colleagues, you will experience different customs and behavior. The Red Relocators have put together for you the most important facts to know about the German Working Culture.
WORKING IN GERMANY: WORK PERMITS
HOW DO YOU QUALIFY FOR A WORK PERMIT IN GERMANY.
If you are actively seeking a job in Germany, you are facing a challenge.
Although the German government has induced some facilitations for qualified people to come and work in Germany and thus supporting our economy, the bureaucratic and procedural hurdles for foreigners are still significant.
- Position in company
WORKING IN GERMANY: WORKING CULTURE
IT'S ALL ABOUT UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES
Germany is a very open-minded and tolerant country. People are generally very relaxed. They do accept all kinds of different behavior without taking offense. Germans have traveled the world, and in most companies hiring foreigners, you will find a working culture that embraces differences.
However, the moment you become a full member of the organization you should be aware of the differences and what they trigger concerning your coworkers' and superior's perception of your work.
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