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Typical German

Typical German

When you come to Germany the first time, you might realize that some things are different than in other countries/in your home country and people will act and behave differently. To prevent you from the first cultural shock, some typical German things are listed in this article.

Relocation to Berlin

Berlin is the capital city of Germany. It has a population of around 3,5 million inhabitants. The city is divided into 12 districts (Bezirke). Those districts are again divided into 96 subdistricts (Ortsteile). In the following text Berlin’s 12 districts will be explained a bit. You can find information about the average rental price per m² (01.11.2016), some historic information as well as some general information about each district. This should help you to get an overview about the city and to get to know the different parts.

It might be easier to make a decision of where you want to live after having read this.

Relocation to Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main (short: Frankfurt) is the largest city in Germany’s State Hessen. It has a population of 733.000 inhabitants. The city is divided into 16 area districts (Ortsbezirke). Those are divided into 46 city districts (Stadtbezirke) and those are again divided into 118 city boroughs (Stadtbezirke). In the following text Frankfurt’s 46 city districts will be explained a bit. You can find information about the average rental price per m² (01.11.2016), some historic information as well as some general information about each district. This should help you to get an overview about the city and to get to know the different parts.

It might be easier to make a decision of where you want to live after having read this post.

Global Mobility Trends 2016

Global Player sind längst nicht mehr nur die großen Konzerne. Etwa 72 % aller Unternehmen haben die Entsendungen von Mitarbeitern in den vergangenen Jahren ausgebaut. Selbst unter Firmen mit weniger als fünf Millionen Euro Jahresumsatz ist fast jede zweite im Ausland aktiv. Damit kommen immer häufiger Mitarbeiter bei ausländischen Kunden, Tochter- und Partnerunternehmen zum Einsatz.

Ignoring Immigration Regulations

It should go without saying that it never pays to ignore immigration regulations. Costs of immigration non-compliance are far higher than the costs of obtaining immigration permits properly in the first place. It is true that several companies make a habit of bringing a few employees here and there into a country on business status, when really a work permit is required.

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