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The legality of the Daigou in Germany
This article will introduce you deeper into the profession of Daigou by analyzing the definition, legality, criminal penalties for violating the law and some concrete cases in Germany.
If you are interested in working as a Daigou, you may want to find out how to legally do this job.
Do you know the classification of the origin conditions for working in the EU and if it is possible to work in the EU without a local work visa? In fact, many students studying in the EU or professionals already employed in the EU or employers in Europe are asking these questions.
If you are interested in the topic of cross-EU employment, take a few minutes to learn more about it.
Reject the unconscious "Schwarzarbeit"!
In Germany, breaking the law may cause high costs, but many students who are new to Germany usually easy to make mistakes.
- What do you know about Schwarzarbeit?
- What is Schwarzarbeit and what does not count as Schwarzarbeit?
- What are the disadvantages of Schwarzarbeit?
- What is Harz 4 and what is the connection with Schwarzarbeit?
- What are the consequences of Schwarzarbeit?
If you have questions about these topics, click on this article to learn more about it!
Work Permit and Social Insurance Requirement for Foreigners in the People’s Republic of China
The number of foreign employeesin the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”) is rising steadily. Alone in 2013 more than 150,000 foreigners lived in Shanghai and it is expected that the amount of the foreign workforce in the PRC will continue to increase. For foreign employees assuming their work in the....
The EU Blue Card
Because of the growing age of the European population, many EU countries lack well-educated highly qualified workers. Recruiting such candidates from outside countries is thus one of the EU's top priorities. On 05-25-2009 the Qualified Candidate directive was enacted, and it has been in effect in Germany since 08-30-2012.
Visa in Germany (Part 1) - On the hunt for a work visa
A degree from a German university is one of the most highly prized qualifications around the world. Only students at these universities can understand how difficult it is to receive a German degree.
Visa in Germany (Part 2) - an official work visa and a settlement permit
If you find yourself looking for a job and have already received an offer or have a contract, the type of visa depends on income. Taxable income of 49,600 euros, or...
Employee assignment between Germany and China
Since April 4, 2002 the bilateral social security agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the People's Republic of China has been in force, ensuring fundamental social protection for temporarily dispatched employees. In essence, an....