Are you planning to work in Germany, or to employ people in Germany for your business? This summary aims to give you some points of reference from a German legal perspective for some of the particularly important questions in this regard. This includes the temporary posting of Australian employees to Germany where the Australian employer […]READ MORE
If you are planning to move to Germany, or you want to establish a subsidiary company or a branch of your Australian business in Germany, you may have a lot of questions – and certainly some about taxation. This fact sheet will help you get an overview of some important aspects of German taxation.READ MORE
Are you planning to move to Germany- to live and work there? If you have already taken care of your affairs in Australia and made provision for your successors, you should give some thought to what effect your move to Germany may have on this. The following information is to provide you with some food […]READ MORE
The following observations relate exclusively to German law questions regarding the employment of Australians in Germany. Questions regarding the selfemployment of Australian citizens in Germany are not addressed. The fundamental goal of the relevant German laws is to regulate migration into the German employment market. Thus, speaking generally, it is difficult for low-qualified workers to migrate to Germany. In contrast, highly-qualified executive workers in commerce and science are admitted fairly readily into the employment market if they can demonstrate that they have an appropriate offer of employment.
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Do you plan to become commercially active in Germany? Do you plan to establish a company or branch office in Germany? This leaflet provides you with an overview of the most important points, if you plan to become commercially active in Germany, or you plan to establish a company or branch office in Germany. It […]READ MORE