GIZ staff at headquarters and seconded staff are committed to complying with the code of conduct in accordance with the terms of their employment contracts. Students or staff of a university in Berlin, Potsdam or Frankfurt/Oder are invited to present proof of university membership (student card, employment contract, etc.). In the case of a fixed-term contract or an employment contract, the child care contract ends at the end of the month in which the employment ends. Periods of leave or working time, reduced by at least one-fifth of the regular working time for the care or custody of a child under the age of 18 or a dependent family member, may also lead to the renewal of a fixed-term employment contract. So far, 65 participants have been awarded employment contracts after completing their internships in Germany. Non-EU nationals, Romanians and Bulgarians can only work 120 days a year without a work permit; this does not apply to student or scientific auxiliary activities. Any visiting researcher from a non-European country who wishes to stay in Germany for more than three months can obtain a residence permit. 20 of the residence law. Please also note that non-EU nationals, Romanians and Bulgarians cannot work more than 120 days a year without a work permit; this does not apply to part-time jobs as a study assistant.
Maintaining labour market flexibility – In order to avoid high unemployment, important forms of work such as temporary work and fixed-term contracts should not be severely limited. As a student or member of a university in Berlin, Potsdam or Frankfurt/Oder, please provide proof of your university membership (study card, employment contract, etc.). the type of compensation is determined individually), – the health insurance allowance (if not yet included in the allowance), – travel expenses, material means (for example. B for scientific staff, workshops, etc.). Its activities focus on labour law consulting, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises. Only work if you get an employment contract and your employer also pays social security contributions for you – those who work in the dark are punishable. The amount of aid is determined according to the length of the stay (up to 80,000 euros per year.