7 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE GOING TO A JOB IN GERMANY

7 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE GOING TO A JOB IN GERMANY
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7 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE GOING TO A JOB IN GERMANY

 

Useful information you need to know before going to work at a German employer.

Is all the beginning hard?
Not when you have all the information available before you go to Germany to the employer, thus preventing any inconvenience or misunderstandings. We recommend that you have a sum of money in Euro with you, because depending on the field in which you will work, the German employer can pay you an advance after about one week of work.

What documents do I need for employment?
The following documents are required in original:
- Identity card
- Bank account in Euro
- Qualification diploma if necessary (depending on the job)
- For professional drivers, driver's documents are required

Who pays for transportation to the employer?
As you have a direct employment contract with the German employer without salary difference, the cost of transport will be paid by you.

How do I get there?
Once obtaining the confirmation of your employment, you will receive all the details regarding the address where you need to go, including the transport possibilities from Romania to Germany. Our company has as partners transport companies from Romania and Europe such as Flixbus www.flixbus.ro or Romfour www.romfour.ro
Our operators will find the most optimal and advantageous route for you, after which they will inform you about the company you will leave with and the ticket price.

Is anyone waiting for me in Germany?
After completing your employment documents, booking and paying for the transport ticket, our operators will keep in touch with you, informing the employing company in advance about the approximate date and time when you will arrive. It is important to make sure that your roaming service is activated on your mobile, as you will be contacted by telephone during your journey to the employer by one of our operators or the German company where you will work.

Where will I stay and what accommodation conditions will I have?
For a start, the German employer offers you a single staff room, the rent being withdrawn from your monthly salary. The cost of rent differs from the area and its size.
After the accommodation period you can find a larger home depending on the requirements of each.
Your employer can help you find your favorite home.

What happens after I get there, will I be picked up by someone?
The contact person who will pick you up is pre-arranged even before you leave for Germany.
Who will register me at finance authorities and registration of address office in Germany?
The German employer will register you at the German health insurance and registration office before the first hour of work begins.
Every employee in Germany must report in person to the local finance authority and the German registration of address office, namely the Finanzamt and the Einwohnermeldeamt.
Likewise, the opening of a bank account is carried out only in person, thus respecting the European standards for the observance of confidential personal data.

When do I sign the employment contract?
In Germany, an employment contract can be made in writing or orally.
The written contract is signed on average within 5-7 working days because this contract is sent from the accounting office of the German employer.

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2 Comentarii
    • ALUNCARITI CORNEL
      Jan 03, 2020 17:08 pm Răspunde

      I am a cook, I am 50 years old, I have worked in Germany, in Hanover, but detached from Romania. I do not know german. I am 17 years old in the kitchen profession.

    • Mihai Tereza
      Jan 04, 2020 12:59 pm Răspunde

      I would like a job as a general practitioner in Frankurt. I mention that I worked in this city and also vb Germana. Thanks!

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