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  1. 500 € BONUS FOR NEW EMPLOYEE OR RECOMMENDATION OF A NEW EMPLOYEE We search for: - Sushi chef - Kitchen Help - Dishwasher These are full times jobs and require: -ability to work legally in Germany -knowledge of English or German (kitchen operates in both languages) We offer you: - above average salary - plus tips - meals - 1 month paid vacation **Payment of 500 € after passing the probationary period! MUN Restaurant - www.munrestaurant.de mail@munrestaurant.de
  2. Jobruf.de

    Hi,   I am curious about jobruf.de.. how does it work ? They allow one to register, place and ad and view student helpers and their contact info, and say they only charge (39 euros) if an ad is successful. I am looking for someone for a one-time job that will probably pay less than 30 euros... and I have some takers and their contatct info... I am just wondering how jobruf.de keeps track of if I hired one of them or not and how I am liable for payment when I have not given them any verifiable information..   Mostly just curious, since I already found another solution as a friend volunteered for the job.
  3. Building your professional network and having the right qualifications are key in today’s business environment.    An MBA from an accredited, highly-ranked business school offers you just that. I invite you to join Berlin’s leading MBA event and meet directly with admissions directors of ESMT Berlin, ESCP Europe, WHU, IE, EDHEC, St. Gallen, IESE and many more.    Your event benefits: -    Receive a personal consultation by 20 of the world’s top business schools -    Learn about the ROI and career perspectives with the MBA/EMBA -    Attend workshops on the MBA application process  -    Apply for a pool of $7.0 M scholarships -    Network with like-minded business professionals and MBA alumni   The event is free of charge, but an online registration is required http://bit.ly/2GdKChL   Mon 18 Mar, 18.00 – 21.30 Eurostars Hotel Friedrichstr. 99, 10117 Berlin  
  4. Building your professional network and having the right qualifications are key in today’s business environment.    An MBA/Executive MBA from an accredited, highly-ranked business school offers you just that. I invite you to join Frankfurt’s leading MBA event and meet directly with admissions directors of Mannheim BS, Frankfurt School, WHU, Goethe Univ., IMD, Bocconi, St. Gallen, EBS and many more. Plus receive a free CV-Check and Career Coaching!   Your event benefits: -    Receive a personal consultation by the world’s top business schools -    Learn about the ROI and career perspectives with the MBA/EMBA -    Attend workshops and panels on the MBA application process  -    Apply for a pool of $7.0 M scholarships -    Network with like-minded business professionals and MBA alumni   The event is free of charge, but an online registration is required http://bit.ly/2zTH6U7   Sat 23 March, 14.00 – 18.00 Steigenberger Frankfurt Hof Am Kaiserplatz, 60311 Frankfurt   
  5. Building your professional network and having the right qualifications are key in today’s business environment.  An MBA from an accredited, highly-ranked business school offers you just that. I invite you to join Dusseldorf’s leading MBA event and meet directly with admissions directors of WHU, Bocconi, ESCP Europe, St. Gallen, Cologne-Rotterdam, Vlerick, Hult and many more. Plus free CV-Check! Your event benefits: -    Receive a personal consultation by the world’s top business schools -    Learn about the ROI and career perspectives with the MBA/EMBA -    Attend workshops on the MBA application process  -    Apply for a pool of $7.0 M scholarships -    Network with like-minded business professionals and MBA alumni   The event is free of charge, but an online registration is required http://bit.ly/2CaJEir   Mon 25 Mar, 18.00 – 21.30 InterContinental Hotel Königsallee 59, 40215 Dusseldorf  
  6. Hi all,   The company I work for has a job going for an English language writer/journalist. Given the most likely candidates are foreigners living in Germany, where is the best place to stick a job ad? The local.de jobs website? Monster.de?   Any thoughts? We're a bit stumped because normally we only recruit Germans.   Where do you all go looking for English language jobs?   Thanks so much for any help.   Alex