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While working from home has long been trumpeted as a stress-free alternative to siting in an office all day long, the trend has stubbornly failed to take on in Germany.
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Engineers are in high demand in Germany, with some predicting the country will continue to have an engineering shortfall well into the future. The Local asked a career adviser how foreign job-seekers can get ahead in the race to snag a position.
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More and more companies across Germany are taking part in so called "Firmenläufe" - company runs – as a way to bring colleagues together and give everyone a chance to show the boss who's boss.
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Berlin politicians are considering plans to keep kindergartens open for 24 hours in Berlin to help parents with unusual work hours.
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There is widespread agreement that “burn-out” is a major issue affecting Germans in the workplace. A new research project is looking into how workers can be better protected from its effects.
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Figures released on Tuesday show that the number of so-called 'minijobs' in Germany has sunk in the first three months of the year, with some linking the decline to the €8.50 per hour minimum wage that came into effect in January.