Bluebelluk

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  1. Thanks that could make sense as I don't have any clause in my contract prevent me working for the client. Perhaps I need to check with the hiring company that they have something like that in their contract with the zeitarbeit firm. 
  2. Thanks that could make sense as I don't have any clause in my contract prevent me working for the client. Perhaps I need to check with the hiring company that they have something like that in their contract with the zeitarbeit firm. 
  3. Thanks that could make sense as I don't have any clause in my contract prevent me working for the client. Perhaps I need to check with the hiring company that they have something like that in their contract with the zeitarbeit firm. 
  4. Thanks that could make sense as I don't have any clause in my contract prevent me working for the client. Perhaps I need to check with the hiring company that they have something like that in their contract with the zeitarbeit firm. 
  5. Thanks for the message. I have checked my contract again, it is a fixed term contract for 6 months only and no mention of the notice period. It  says "even during the fixed term, the employment may be cancelled by either party in accordance with the provisions of the applicable collective agreement irsuant to §1 section 1"
  6. Hi there   Has anyone has the experience that working for a zeitarbeit firma and got a job offer in the hiring company which you are working for.   I have a 6 months contract with a zeitarbeit frima, which they have sent me to work for a company. I am now only in my 2nd month still 4 months to go. The hiring company has now an internal permanent position which I applied and got an offer. I wonder if I should resign from the zeitarbeit and take the permanent job now, or I have to finish my contract for the 6 months first. Can the zeitarbeit frima do anything to block my move?    Has anyone got a similar experience before and would be grateful if you could share.   Thanks   
  7. Hi there, I have a question here regarding my situation in Germany. I am a British and working for a UK employer while I am living in Germany. The UK employer has paid my health insurance and social security in Germany. I have now had a job offer in Germany, which I am intended to take. It is a 6 months contract role with a possibility to extend further. The new employer will cover my health insurance and social security in Germany.   My UK employer has asked if I can continually work for them on a consultancy basis and pay me as a contractor. It is anticipated this arrangement will not last for 6 months. I wonder if anyone has come across such situation and how to deal with health insurance and social security when working as employee as well as freelancer. Any suggestion would be much appreciated!