Working conditions

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Hello!

 

I'm one 1 year residence permit until end of March 2021 which is tied to the company that has offered me the job in conctruction.

 

My current job is very suffering and the pay is half of the what is stated in the concract.

 

Please can you help me with any idea to how can I solve my case?

 

Many thanks

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12 minutes ago, GentiCecja said:

I'm one 1 year residence permit until end if March 2021 which is tied to the company that has offered me the job in conctruction.

 

My current job is very suffering and the pay is half of the what is stated in the concract.

 

Why are you only receiving half? Are you on Kurzarbeit

 

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Please can you help me with any idea to how can I solve my case?

 

You could trying contacting this organisation:

 

http://www.emwu.org/kontakt/

 

Or the union for the construction industry:

 

http://www.rhein-main.igbau.de/

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2 minutes ago, GentiCecja said:

The employer is a very bad person and he manipulates our working hours. 

 

The employer is not allowed to do that. 

 

How well do you speak German?  I'm not sure whether the union will have reps who can advise in a foreign language, therefore, I suggest you start by contacting the first organisation to which I linked in my last post. Hopefully, they can advise you.

 

Good luck and please update this thread to let us know what happens.

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Update.

 

An advisor from http://www.emwu.org/kontakt/ asked me to provide the payslip and taking it from there, while I decided is better to look for another job.

 

An adviser http://www.rhein-main.igbau.de/ is creating my cv in German and will be looking for a job for me as I dot have time wirking from 4 in the morning till 10 in the evening. Lets see how it goes.

 

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On 5/22/2020, 12:06:45, engelchen said:

 

The employer is not allowed to do that. 

 

 

I think the we are past the point where we can say "It's not allowed".  It obviously happens here all the fucking time and EVEN IN the extraordinary unlikely event that Joe Blow from Nigeria takes his case to court against whatever multi-million dollar corporation and their crack team of lawyers from Field Fischer, I promise you that whatever happens then is not a deterrent.

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15 hours ago, Fromm said:

I think the we are past the point where we can say "It's not allowed". 

 

I still think it is important to point it out as well as give options on where to find help.

 

15 hours ago, Fromm said:

It obviously happens here all the fucking time and EVEN IN the extraordinary unlikely event that Joe Blow from Nigeria takes his case to court against whatever multi-million dollar corporation and their crack team of lawyers from Field Fischer, I promise you that whatever happens then is not a deterrent.

 

Not even trying to fight unscrupulous employers results in nothing ever changing. Furthermore, unions usually have more of an incentive to help in these situations. 

 

On 30/05/2020, 09:00:26, GentiCecja said:

Update.

 

An advisor from http://www.emwu.org/kontakt/ asked me to provide the payslip and taking it from there, while I decided is better to look for another job.

 

An adviser http://www.rhein-main.igbau.de/ is creating my cv in German and will be looking for a job for me as I dot have time wirking from 4 in the morning till 10 in the evening. Lets see how it goes.

 

 

Thank you for the update!  

 

Ask them if it would help to contact the Zoll as well.

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Update:

 

I have applied for other jobs and so far no one has called me back even for helfer of mcdonalds position.

 

I see a big hesitation from working agencies when I show them that I'm on one year tied Aufenthaltstitel.

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The situation here and everywhere else is only going to get worse. People will be frantic about losing their jobs. The best solution is to go home to your own country where the government will hopefully provide some kind of support for its own cirtzens.

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