|12-05-2018 07:39 PM CET - Politics, Law & Society||
Temporary Work Permit
Press release from: Lawyer Alexander von Engelhardt
While recruiting, i.e. matchmaking between employer and employee, is not subject to restrictions, temporary work employers needs to apply for a permit (§1 I 1AÜG).
Until your company has this permission, it is fully permissible to provide recruiting services. When operating prior to having received permission, be very sure that you are not engaging in temporary work. Authorities are very cautious about illegal temporary work and will often conduct spontaneous inspections on the grounds of employee lessees. If caught, then a temporary work agency license will not be granted, neither for the GmbH nor the individuals behind it.
To find out more about Temporary Work for Foreigners, Typical Cases for Permitted Temporary Work and Effects of Invalid Permission of Temporary Work, please visit my website:
About Alexander von Engelhardt
Alexander von Engelhardt is a lawyer specializing in German immigration and corporation law. He has dual citizenship (German and American) and was born in New York. He currently works and resides in Berlin, Germany. He serves his clients in English or German and offers solutions for business immigration and easy company formation. Next to his legal work Alexander also enjoys writing about legal terms and new developments in the world of law. He sends out a monthly newsletter and provides information on important topics like taxes, immigration and company law for expats living and working in Germany.
Alexander von Engelhardt
10623 Berlin, Germany
phone: +49 30 51300026
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