Employees

The following links inform you about registering for social security, the promotion of health at work, financial aid for professional development, etc.
Bundesagentur für Arbeit

The German Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) offers several possibilities for finding suitable employees for your company.
The job offer section allows you to advertise a vacancy, post your employee requirements and present your company.
International Placement Services (Zentrale Auslands- und Fachvermittlung - ZAV) searches for qualified personnel across the world, as well as trainees throughout the EU for employers in Germany.
They are also able to help the occupational psychology service come to the right decision.

(website only available in German)

Bundesagentur für Arbeit

You can also apply for your company ID  number by submitting a PDF form to the German Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit).
Applying to receive/modify a company ID number with a form

(website only available in German)

Hessen-Finder

Registering employees in the social security system
If you are hiring employees, you must register them in the social security system at the beginning of employment.
 This registration covers:
• health insurance,
• long-term care insurance,
• old-age pension insurance, and
• unemployment insurance.
You can find information related to these topics in the Hessen Info Service (Hessen-Finder).

(website only available in German)

Bundesagentur für Arbeit

Is your company planning to provide trainee positions, and do you want to find out about necessary requirements? The German Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) website outlines all the important details about the requirements, different types of training and selection of candidates.

(website only available in German)

Hessen-Finder

If you are an employer (lessor) and want to lease your employees as manpower to third parties during the course of their employment, you need to have permission to do so. You can find information related to these topics in the Hessen Info Service (Hessen-Finder).

(website only available in German)

Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection

The regulation that covers work permits for foreign employees (Arbeitsgenehmigungsverordnung - ArGV) regulates the conditions for work permits and working rights.

(website only available in German)

Bundesagentur für Arbeit

Support for professional development
The German Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) website provides information about the qualification of employees and prerequisites for receiving grants and benefits in the professional development field.
Fact sheet - Funding for professional development (PDF)

(website only available in German)

Infoline Gesundheitsförderung

The GESUNDHEITSFÖRDERUNG (PROMOTING HEALTH) infoline provides answers to questions concerning the areas in which promoting health can bring benefits, the problems that it can solve and the tools that are available to promote health at work.

(website only available in German)

Hessen Wappen

Sozialnetz Hessen (the Hessen Social Network) provides a wide range of information and advisory services about different topics, such as mobbing and burn-outs, employee reintegration management, occupational health and safety, maternity leave, youth employment protection, to name but a few.

(website only available in German)

Federal Ministry of Health

The Federal Ministry of Health (Bundesministerium für Gesundheit) website dedicated to promoting health in the workplace provides best-practice examples, overviews of different projects and a guide to the first steps for introducing health-promoting initiatives in the workplace.

Bundesagentur für Arbeit

This information portal, run by the German Employment Agency, lists all the officially recognised vocational professions in Germany. It contains a wealth of information, including short job descriptions and job scopes, common job titles, basic legal principals and further reading.

(website only available in German)

Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

The Federal Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales – BMAS) provides employers with useful information about the labour market, labour legislation and occupational health and safety, as well as issues such as insurance and financial security.

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