Förderprogramm "Integration durch Qulifizierung IQ"
Employment law in general
  • Flyer "Working in Germany - Who can help me with problems?"

    The flyer "Working in Germany- Who can help me with problems?" provides basic employment law information in short, simple sentences.

    The key messages have been translated into English, Arabic, Tigrinya, Dari, Turkish, Russian, French, Ukrainian and Spanish.

  • What must I be aware of in my job?

    This booklet focuses mainly on the thematic areas of social insurance, earned income (e.g. wages), types of employment (e.g. full-time, part-time), contract of employment (e.g. overtime, holiday, termination or dismissal) and maternity rights.

    What must I be aware of in my job?

    Languages: German/Arabic, German/English, 40 pages (Issue date: 12.2017)

    Published by: Hochschule Niederrhein SO.CON Social Concepts ‐ Institut für Forschung und Entwicklung in der Sozialen Arbeit Projekt "Kulturelle Vielfalt in Betrieben"

  • Working in Germany. Basic terms and key laws

    In this two-page flyer, key employment law terms are explained in three languages (German, English, Arabic).

    Working in Germany. Basic terms and key laws

    Languages: German, Arabic, English, 2 pages (Issue date: 02.2016)

    Published by: DGB NRW

  • Knowledge protects you! What refugees need to know about working in Germany

    A guide for people who, having fled their home countries, are living and working in Germany. It contains information intended to help people find legal employment in fair conditions and avoid exploitative situations.

    The current booklet was produced in April 2016. Please be aware that some information (such as information on the current minimum wage) is out of date.

    Knowledge protects you

    Languages: German, English, French, Arabic, 30 pages (Issue date: 04.2016)

    Published by: DGB NRW

  • Information Sheets

    This one-page information sheets summarize the most important aspects on topics such as the employment contract, a vocational training and agency work.

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