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  1. Hello,   Recently I started working in Germany, but the company wasn't the best fit. The decision to part ways at the end of my Probezeit was mutual, and I received my Arbeitzeugnis a couple months later. After careful review, it seems like this Zeugnis doesn't contain anything egregious, but it surely is the bare minimum. I haven't landed a new job yet, and I feel like ever since I started including it in my application, I haven't been getting interviews.   Is this cause for concern? Should I ask the company to have it revised? If yes, should I provide the language I want included, or will they know what to add? I'm kinda bummed, because when I left my job there was no concern regarding my work and the quality of it. My boss seemed to have it out for me regarding my personality though, but we seemingly came to an agreement that things didn't just mesh perfectly in terms of company culture and my own personality.
  2. Hello dear people!   I need your help. Some time ago I asked my employer for the intermediate performance review (Zeugnis). And today I've got it. Could you please clarify - is it good or bad? Even after reading to this website  https://karrierebibel.de/arbeitszeugnis-formulierungen-bewertung/  I couldn't determine it.   Would be extremely grateful! (it is only in English as a company consider itself as multicultural) Also, they wrote "her employees" but I don't have any because I'm not a manager.     XXX possesses extensive expertise, which she uses effectively and successfully in her work. She is able to impart this expertise to her employees. Due to her exact analytical abilities and her quick comprehension she finds good solutions, which she consistently and successfully puts into practice. We would like to emphasise her well-developed ability to work conceptually and constructively, as well as her precise judgement. We are pleased to confirm her high level of economic competence. Her well-developed entrepreneurial and strategic thinking and actions earn her the greatest respect amongst management and her employees.      XXX demonstrates a high degree of initiative and completely identifies with her assignments as well as with the company. She also impresses us with her great motivation. Even under great pressure, she keeps her grasp on the situation, acts thoughtfully and accomplishes all tasks well. XXX always works very prudently, conscientiously and precisely. Her working methods are marked by trustworthiness and dependability. Even for difficult challenges, she finds and implements very effective solutions and always achieves good results.   XXX always completes tasks assigned to her to our complete satisfaction. XXX gets on well with all associates and always meets them in her friendly, open and accommodating way. Her behavior towards superiors, colleagues and customers is always flawless.   XXX receives this interim reference in the occasion of an exchange of her supervisor. We thank XXX for her very good work and are looking forward to a trustworthy and long-lasting collaboration with XXX. We wish this good employee all the best for her professional future and personal well-being as well as further success.
  3. Hello everyone!   I lost my my job recently and unfortunately I didn't separate amicably with my employer. I might have to sue him for money which he refuses to pay. At the moment I am looking for a job and I have to ask him for some kind of recommendation. I understand that in Germany there is Arbeitszeugnis (einfach and qualifiziert) and Arbeitsbestätigung which I can combine with letter of recommendation. I read in some forums that the Arbeitszeugnis is a bit outdated and also complicated to write. I am also afraid that my ex-employer may write something bad or refuse at all to give me a recommendation. Can you please advise me which type of document to ask for. Thank you!