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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.
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What do you do when you have had a successful and challenging career but events in your private life mean that you can no longer commit to a full-time job? Job sharing provides one interesting option.
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A study by the German Economic Institute in Cologne shows that ever more Germans are working past the age of 65. And it seems that the wealthier one is the more likely this is to be true.