Immigration & placement

IMMIGRATION SERVICES

ACCESS Immigration and Visa Guidance

IMMIGRATION SERVICES

Immigration Assistance

 We have successfully assisted clients in immigrating abroad for over 36 years. Strong work ethics, professional service, and right guidance are the three pillars of success on which we stand today. To assist effectively, we spend quality time with our clients to understand their overall professional profile and desires and future prospects. We provide one-on-one counselling to our patrons.

Selection of Country & Immigration Programme – Transparency is our key. We study your profile and suggest the right country and Immigration Programme you need to study. We suggest courses and Immigration Programmes based on their job prospects, and by applying there, you will dramatically improve your chances of securing a high paying job in that country.

From immigration visa to profile assessment, our professional provides authentic information about immigration rules, regulations and policies. We are the most reliable consultancy with a ratio of thousands of successful clients and our team concentrates on persistent evolution and sustainable rapid growth. By building a strong profile, we make sure you migrate to Canada with you family and live your dream.

Complete Application Support – We have a systematic application assistant system wherein our team works personally with every client and gives him or her hands on application assistance. We assist our clients in the entire application process as we are with you, right from filling up the application form to submitting your visa documentation. We have expert individuals who keep track of the entire visa and immigration related changes.

Pre-Departure Orientation – The best part of our immigration assistance is pre-departure sessions in which we provide importance guidance to patrons regarding important items they should carry with them and how to manage their life abroad.

We want you to achieve great success, therefore our goal is to provide you expert immigration assistance to help you reach your destination.

 VISA ASSISTANCE

After you receive an offer letter from the country of your choice (we will help you with this), you will need to file your visa. We have a separate team of experts and a high priority quality checks department that will make sure all your documentation is correct before your visa file is put for approval at the VFS.

Being trustworthy visa agents, we are legally bound to provide you authentic information regarding visa procedures. We make sure of forming a strong profile with necessary documentation so that your visa process goes seamless and you can get your visa in a limited amount of time.

We have an internationally qualified team of individuals who strive to help you settle abroad. Our team of professionals make sure you get an invitation in the country of your choice and you receive your visas successfully. The visa process can be complicated and if not handled with care, you can receive a refusal, which can affect your current and future overseas travel. Our expert quality department make sure you visa documentation is perfect so you do not receive a refusal on your visa.

Moreover, it is very important to understand that your visa is approved effortlessly. We will handle the visa documentation process completely, so that instead of worrying about whether you will or you will not receive the visa, you can focus on your dream of settling abroad.

We will assist you at every step, from job application to visa processing, so that you do not have to worry about these things on your own. Your problem is our priority. If you ever feel stuck, you can call one of our experienced counsellors who will get back to you as soon as possible.

POST LANDING ASSISTANCE

Your immigration process is done. You received your visa. You boarded the flight to your desired country. Now what? How will you find accommodation? Will you be able to find a cab to your residence from the airport? How will you manage in the new country without a job?

With us, you do not need to worry. We provide post-landing assistance to our clients. From finding an accommodation to booking flight tickets at 25% to 50% cheaper rates, from arranging transfers from airport to your hotel, we make arrangements so that you can comfortably get ready for settling down.

We believe in providing progressive career opportunities to clients. Therefore, once you finish your immigration process, you can approach us for job assistance as well.

We do not forget our valued patrons and strive to provide them professional services even after our contractual services have ended. We also provide assistance for acquiring driving license, health insurance, opening of bank account, and bank debit-credit card in respective provinces.

It is our vision to provide seamless consultancy services, and provide progressive career opportunities to patrons. By our post-landing assistance, we strive to do just that. Our post-landing services are meant to create a feeling of safety to people planning to immigrate.

Moreover, by providing post-landing services, we strive to stay connected with our clients. We want you to only focus on your family so that you can go on to successfully find a sure footing in the society.

Popular Countries For Overseas Placements

CANADA  USA   AUSTRALIA  
NEW ZEALAND   POLAND   GERMANY

Canada
1. Canada’s strength is the diversity of the people and the ideas they generate. Their core values include treating all people with respect, dignity and fairness, with engagement and inclusion being the building blocks of a healthy workplace.
2. Jobs are not just located in the capital. In fact, the majority are outside the National Capital Region. There are jobs in every province and territory. You can work on land, at sea, or in the air.
3. Good salaries and benefits Canada offer competitive salaries and benefits, such as supplemental health insurance, dental care, and vacation allowances.
4. Work-life balance
Canada offers flexible work arrangements, volunteer days, family-related leave, and options such as leave with income averaging and self-funded leave.
5. Be part of a world-class institutions
Canada’s professional, non-partisan work culture is among the best in the world. To maintain this reputation, they need new people who are talented, skilled and passionate about their work.

USA

1. Flexible Schedules and Work/Life Balance
Companies recognize that each employee has unique personal interests and responsibilities to balance with a busy work schedule. In addition to paid holidays, 13–26 vacation days (depending on service), as well as sick leave each year, your manager may be able to offer you flexible work schedules and/or telework options to help you balance work and family.
2. Competitive salaries and benefits
US companies provide competitive salaries and benefits to include great health coverage and retirement plans.In addition to the excellent salary and benefits package they may offer generous transit subsidies, on-site health offices, fitness centers, and child care programs.
3. Diversity
Americans recognize the value of a diverse workforce and strive to ensure an environment where every individual can advance to his or her full potential.
4. Continuing your career
In this period of economic and financial instability, it can be a good idea to go abroad if you can’t get the job you want in your own country. In the countries like USA that don’t struggle to turn around their economies, you are more likely to get a good job with a competitive salary. Joining a large corporation will open you the doors to great benefits and perks. Something to consider if you feel like you are not finding the opportunities you are hoping for in your country.
4. Developing your skills set
Each country has its own rules and its own way to work. This can be very interesting for you as you will learn to see the things from a different angle. Working in the US will teach you skills and impart knowledge that will enable you to be more efficient. Indeed, by widening your perspective, you will get a better overview of your scope of activities and you will have more creative and relevant initiatives. Intercultural competences are keys nowadays.
5. Getting more career opportunities
Career development opportunities are significantly enhanced by a period spent working abroad. Working internationally gives you an edge over others. You will master another language than your native one. Multilingual employees are a real asset for big companies. They need people who are able to speak several languages to help them grow abroad. A person can have a job that has an impact on two or more markets and for that reason, she has to be able to communicate and negotiate in different languages.

AUSTRALIA

1. Warm Climate
With English as the common language, accessible visas, better pay and generally more than 240 days of sunshine a year together, Australia is an appealing destination for Indians looking for a new place to live and work.
2. Affordable and liveable
Melbourne was ranked as the most liveable city in the world for the fifth year in a row, while Adelaide, Sydney and Perth also made the worldwide top eight. Manchester, the UK’s highest entrant, placed a lowly 46th while London failed to make the top 50 and no other British cities featured in the top 100. Sydney was also named the most affordable city for young people to live last year, thanks largely to its high minimum wage
3. Relaxed lifestyle
Consistently recognised as one of the most liveable places in the world, Australia is truly a brilliant blend of lifestyle and opportunities and offers a relaxed and diverse lifestyle. It boasts a diverse natural landscape and climate that sets it apart from the rest of the world.
4.Opportunities
Whether you are looking to build a business, starting or furthering your career, or simply looking to raise your family in a great place full of opportunity, Australia is a great choice.
5. Your rights
Everyone working in Australia, including international students or those on working holiday visas, have basic rights at work. These rights protect entitlement to:
-A minimum wage and superannuation.
-Challenge of unfair dismissal from the job
-Leave, breaks and rest periods.
-A healthy and safe work environment.

New Zealand
1. Balanced lifestyle
New Zealand has the work-life balance just right. It’s why they consistently lead international quality-of-life surveys. Working hard and getting ahead is important to us. NZ is a well-developed, well connected country with all sorts of opportunities to advance your career. But New Zealanders also believe life is for living. It’s about balancing a good day’s work with time for family and friends plus all the recreation and wide open spaces the country offers.
For the record, New Zealand was rated sixth in the world for work-life balance in HSBC’s 2017 Expat Explorer survey.
2. Safe & secure
While feeling safe is a luxury in many places, it’s one that New Zealanders are accustomed to.
We’re not saying serious crime doesn’t exist here – it does – but the rates are lower in New Zealand than in many other countries.
If you value peace of mind NZ is rated in international surveys as one of the world’s most peaceful, least corrupt countries.The 2017 Global Peace Index, which compares 162 countries for the risk of personal violence, rates New Zealand as the world’s second safest country just after Iceland.
Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index ranks us the least corrupt country in the world, equal with Denmark.
3. Family friendly
Moving to a new country gets more complicated if you have a family to consider. But rest assured, New Zealand is a great place to bring up children.
Their education system is recognised around the world. Their healthcare too is strong. It’s affordable, and getting seen by a doctor is usually easy.
New Zealand is the world’s second most desirable place for families, according to HSBC’s 2017 Expat Explorer survey. One family-critical topic of the survey covered was ‘healthcare’, where their system was rated as the best in the world.
4. A warm welcome
New Zealanders open their hearts to newcomers.
In fact, nine out of ten migrants find the welcome they receive meets or exceeds their expectations, according to a recent Immigration New Zealand survey.
In the 2015 Expat Insider survey, 94% of respondents said they found Kiwi people ‘friendly’ or ‘very friendly’. It is one of the reasons we scored so highly (second of 64 countries) for ‘ease of settling in’.
5.NZ way of working
One thing your employer and work colleagues will be looking for is the positive, ‘can do’ attitude that’s made Kiwis well-liked employees wherever they travel.
New Zealanders are known for simply getting on with the job and finding solutions. They expect people to think and work independently, and know that collaborating and working with others is essential for getting things done.
The smaller scale of their businesses affects working life in several ways.You’re closer to the senior people who make the decisions. That can be a real advantage because it means there’s more chance you can be noticed and have an influence on things.

POLAND

1. Vibrant and friendly
Poland is a vibrant and exciting country. Life in Poland is very pleasant, with people who are nothing but sociable and welcoming.
2. Good Salaries
Salary upto 3000 – 4000 pln, Bonuses and Over-time Offered Air Flight Ticket costs : Covered by the Employer for experienced candidates and accommodation is often Offered by the employer. Moreover, Medical Insurances is covered in Full-time employment under Polish Labour Laws with entitlement to annual holidays, sick leaves, etc.
3. Relaxed work timings
Normal working hours are from 8am to 4pm on weekdays and 8am to 2pm on Saturdays. Employees can take a 15 minute break, if they are working more than 6 hours a day.
4.Work Culture
In Poland, working practices depend on who you work for. If you work for the government, working practices have not changed from the traditional hours and expectations. For people working in the private sector, especially those working for big multinationals, they tend to follow a more western style of working with longer hours and less time for family. What makes Poland at a great place to work is definitely the people. There are many ambitious, talented and engaged employees who together create a fantastic work environment.
5. Employee centric laws
Poland has a number of legal measures protecting workers. All companies have to adhere to government regulations in the areas of health and safety, discrimination, minimum wage levels, part-time employment, and equal opportunities.
The law stipulates that for overtime carried out on the employee’s normal working days, the extra salary must be paid at time-and-a-half. Overtime worked on days when the employee would not normally be working is paid at double time. Staff may be granted time off in lieu instead of being paid for overtime. In reality, in certain sector of the economy , paid overtime is not common practice and it is expected that employees will stay at work voluntarily until the job is done.

GERMANY

1. Opportunities
When it comes to working in Germany. The average pay is considerably lower than what one would get in USA or other developed countries as a qualified professional. However there are several benefits to working in Germany: With growing economy and aging population, there are many employment opportunities available in Germany.
2. Work Permit
It is relatively easy to obtain work permit in Germany. Moreover, if you’ve worked in Germany for 24–36 months and have good German proficiency you can apply for permanent residence.
3. Work Life Balance
People value their time off. They work hard so they can enjoy their holiday. Germans often plan their holidays months or almost a year in advance. Asking someone to cancel their 1 month vacation is almost impossible. You just accept it.
4.Work Culture
People work hard. The hourly productivity in Germany is very high. People don’t want to waste too much time at work, as they need to get the job done in time to go home. You see something similar at the other high hourly productivity countries.
Working hours are very flexible in Germany. Under German labor law employees are allowed to work eight hours per day (48 hours per week). Saturday is considered to be a normal working day. With a five-day week, the permitted weekly working time totals 40 hours. Most business is conducted from Monday to Friday but retailers and manufacturing industries usually operate on Saturdays as well. Sundays, in contrast, are generally considered to be days off. An extension of the working time to a maximum of ten hours per day is possible under certain conditions.
Overtime has to be compensated for with additional time off. An overtime bonus is possible but it is not legally specified. Overtime bonuses have to be paid only when required by individual contracts or in applicable collective labor agreements.
5. Good Salaries
Wages are generally subject to individual negotiation in Germany.
It must be noted that a general minimum wage of EUR 9.19 an hour applies. Higher minimum wages must be set in certain industries (e.g. those with universally applicable collective wage agreements). The German customs authority provides an overview of these industry-specific minimum wages online.

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JOB PLACEMENT SERVICES

ACCESS Overseas Placement Guidance

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Placement Assistance

It is our vision to provide seamless consultancy services, and provide progressive career opportunities to patrons. By our post-landing placement assistance, we strive to do just that. Our post-landing services are meant to create a feeling of safety to people planning to immigrate.

We have trained the best career advisors and recruitment consultants to provide you with a service that is second to none. Not only will our team bring you an unrivalled number of jobs within some of the finest facilities in chosen country, but our outstanding additional services include access to a reliable accommodation service, exceptional Out-of-Hours Team, exclusive international opportunities and excellent career development assistance.

Our approach is always customised, effective and ensures highest quality of service delivery through commitment and knowledge. We understand the changing trends in the overseas staffing sector and adapt our approach accordingly. Our consultants have extensive skill set, experience of the industry and know-how to build a high performing culture.

We use a detailed vetting process to ensure that our clients are getting the best talent and our healthcare professionals are placed in positions that are the right fit for them.

Nursing Professional Placements

If you are a Nursing healthcare professional looking to gain global experience as well as improve your language aptitude, both crucial for launching highly successful medical career, we can help you.

Our IELTS Training programme is designed to help candidates achieve their desired Band Score through expert guidance delivered by highly experienced trainers, incorporating strategies and techniques to tackle the examination with confidence.

Not only this, with our global network of staffing specialists, ACCESS can help you find your dream job in an organization that will value your skills and compensate you accordingly.

Registration with the overseas Medical Councils and relocation to a foreign country can be quite challenging tasks. ACCESS will help you simplify the process into easy steps, so that you can keep your focus on your career and enjoy the ride to your new destination.

We bring to table an experienced team of highly skilled recruitment professionals that enable us to offer our clients the best industry standards. Our highly sophisticated recruitment platform powered by state of the art technology enhances our capability to source and match the right candidates’ resumes to the job descriptions, thereby raising recruiter’s validation and quality of the recruitment process to notch the best job for you. Our ability to zoom in to the minutest details at each milestone ensures that the candidates are well informed. From documents submission to scheduling client interview, interview preparation to getting the offer, passing IELTS to NMC registration, document verification to getting your decision letter, we handhold our nurses in their journey to UK, making sure they are smiling all along.

To know further details, please call us for an appointment for a personal interaction.

POST LANDING ASSISTANCE

Your placement process is done. You received your visa. You boarded the flight to your desired country. Now what? How will you find accommodation? Will you be able to find a cab to your residence from the airport? How will you manage in the new country without a job?

With us, you do not need to worry. We provide post-landing assistance to our clients. From finding an accommodation to booking flight tickets at 25% to 50% cheaper rates, from arranging transfers from airport to your hotel, we make arrangements so that you can comfortably get ready for settling down.

We believe in providing progressive career opportunities to clients. Therefore, once you finish your immigration process, you can approach us for job assistance as well.

We do not forget our valued patrons and strive to provide them professional services even after our contractual services have ended. We also provide assistance for acquiring driving license, health insurance, opening of bank account, and bank debit-credit card in respective provinces.

It is our vision to provide seamless consultancy services, and provide progressive career opportunities to patrons. By our post-landing assistance, we strive to do just that. Our post-landing services are meant to create a feeling of safety to people planning to immigrate.

Moreover, by providing post-landing services, we strive to stay connected with our clients. We want you to only focus on your family so that you can go on to successfully find a sure footing in the society.

Popular Countries For Overseas Placements

CANADA  USA   AUSTRALIA  
NEW ZEALAND   POLAND   GERMANY

Canada
1. Canada's strength is the diversity of the people and the ideas they generate. Their core values include treating all people with respect, dignity and fairness, with engagement and inclusion being the building blocks of a healthy workplace.
2. Jobs are not just located in the capital. In fact, the majority are outside the National Capital Region. There are jobs in every province and territory. You can work on land, at sea, or in the air.
3. Good salaries and benefits Canada offer competitive salaries and benefits, such as supplemental health insurance, dental care, and vacation allowances.
4. Work-life balance Canada offers flexible work arrangements, volunteer days, family-related leave, and options such as leave with income averaging and self-funded leave. 5. Be part of a world-class institutions Canada’s professional, non-partisan work culture is among the best in the world. To maintain this reputation, they need new people who are talented, skilled and passionate about their work.

USA

1. Flexible Schedules and Work/Life Balance
Companies recognize that each employee has unique personal interests and responsibilities to balance with a busy work schedule. In addition to paid holidays, 13–26 vacation days (depending on service), as well as sick leave each year, your manager may be able to offer you flexible work schedules and/or telework options to help you balance work and family.
2. Competitive salaries and benefits
US companies provide competitive salaries and benefits to include great health coverage and retirement plans.In addition to the excellent salary and benefits package they may offer generous transit subsidies, on-site health offices, fitness centers, and child care programs.
3. Diversity
Americans recognize the value of a diverse workforce and strive to ensure an environment where every individual can advance to his or her full potential.
4. Continuing your career
In this period of economic and financial instability, it can be a good idea to go abroad if you can’t get the job you want in your own country. In the countries like USA that don’t struggle to turn around their economies, you are more likely to get a good job with a competitive salary. Joining a large corporation will open you the doors to great benefits and perks. Something to consider if you feel like you are not finding the opportunities you are hoping for in your country.
4. Developing your skills set
Each country has its own rules and its own way to work. This can be very interesting for you as you will learn to see the things from a different angle. Working in the US will teach you skills and impart knowledge that will enable you to be more efficient. Indeed, by widening your perspective, you will get a better overview of your scope of activities and you will have more creative and relevant initiatives. Intercultural competences are keys nowadays.
5. Getting more career opportunities
Career development opportunities are significantly enhanced by a period spent working abroad. Working internationally gives you an edge over others. You will master another language than your native one. Multilingual employees are a real asset for big companies. They need people who are able to speak several languages to help them grow abroad. A person can have a job that has an impact on two or more markets and for that reason, she has to be able to communicate and negotiate in different languages.

AUSTRALIA

1. Warm Climate
With English as the common language, accessible visas, better pay and generally more than 240 days of sunshine a year together, Australia is an appealing destination for Indians looking for a new place to live and work.
2. Affordable and liveable
Melbourne was ranked as the most liveable city in the world for the fifth year in a row, while Adelaide, Sydney and Perth also made the worldwide top eight. Manchester, the UK’s highest entrant, placed a lowly 46th while London failed to make the top 50 and no other British cities featured in the top 100. Sydney was also named the most affordable city for young people to live last year, thanks largely to its high minimum wage
3. Relaxed lifestyle
Consistently recognised as one of the most liveable places in the world, Australia is truly a brilliant blend of lifestyle and opportunities and offers a relaxed and diverse lifestyle. It boasts a diverse natural landscape and climate that sets it apart from the rest of the world.
4.Opportunities
Whether you are looking to build a business, starting or furthering your career, or simply looking to raise your family in a great place full of opportunity, Australia is a great choice.
5. Your rights
Everyone working in Australia, including international students or those on working holiday visas, have basic rights at work. These rights protect entitlement to:
-A minimum wage and superannuation.
-Challenge of unfair dismissal from the job
-Leave, breaks and rest periods.
-A healthy and safe work environment.

New Zealand
1. Balanced lifestyle
New Zealand has the work-life balance just right. It's why they consistently lead international quality-of-life surveys. Working hard and getting ahead is important to us. NZ is a well-developed, well connected country with all sorts of opportunities to advance your career. But New Zealanders also believe life is for living. It’s about balancing a good day’s work with time for family and friends plus all the recreation and wide open spaces the country offers.
For the record, New Zealand was rated sixth in the world for work-life balance in HSBC's 2017 Expat Explorer survey.
2. Safe & secure
While feeling safe is a luxury in many places, it’s one that New Zealanders are accustomed to.
We’re not saying serious crime doesn’t exist here - it does - but the rates are lower in New Zealand than in many other countries.
If you value peace of mind NZ is rated in international surveys as one of the world’s most peaceful, least corrupt countries.The 2017 Global Peace Index, which compares 162 countries for the risk of personal violence, rates New Zealand as the world's second safest country just after Iceland.
Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index ranks us the least corrupt country in the world, equal with Denmark.
3. Family friendly
Moving to a new country gets more complicated if you have a family to consider. But rest assured, New Zealand is a great place to bring up children.
Their education system is recognised around the world. Their healthcare too is strong. It’s affordable, and getting seen by a doctor is usually easy.
New Zealand is the world's second most desirable place for families, according to HSBC's 2017 Expat Explorer survey. One family-critical topic of the survey covered was 'healthcare', where their system was rated as the best in the world.
4. A warm welcome
New Zealanders open their hearts to newcomers.
In fact, nine out of ten migrants find the welcome they receive meets or exceeds their expectations, according to a recent Immigration New Zealand survey.
In the 2015 Expat Insider survey, 94% of respondents said they found Kiwi people ‘friendly’ or ‘very friendly’. It is one of the reasons we scored so highly (second of 64 countries) for ‘ease of settling in’.
5.NZ way of working
One thing your employer and work colleagues will be looking for is the positive, ‘can do’ attitude that’s made Kiwis well-liked employees wherever they travel.
New Zealanders are known for simply getting on with the job and finding solutions. They expect people to think and work independently, and know that collaborating and working with others is essential for getting things done.
The smaller scale of their businesses affects working life in several ways.You’re closer to the senior people who make the decisions. That can be a real advantage because it means there’s more chance you can be noticed and have an influence on things.

POLAND

1. Vibrant and friendly
Poland is a vibrant and exciting country. Life in Poland is very pleasant, with people who are nothing but sociable and welcoming.
2. Good Salaries
Salary upto 3000 – 4000 pln, Bonuses and Over-time Offered Air Flight Ticket costs : Covered by the Employer for experienced candidates and accommodation is often Offered by the employer. Moreover, Medical Insurances is covered in Full-time employment under Polish Labour Laws with entitlement to annual holidays, sick leaves, etc.
3. Relaxed work timings
Normal working hours are from 8am to 4pm on weekdays and 8am to 2pm on Saturdays. Employees can take a 15 minute break, if they are working more than 6 hours a day.
4.Work Culture
In Poland, working practices depend on who you work for. If you work for the government, working practices have not changed from the traditional hours and expectations. For people working in the private sector, especially those working for big multinationals, they tend to follow a more western style of working with longer hours and less time for family. What makes Poland at a great place to work is definitely the people. There are many ambitious, talented and engaged employees who together create a fantastic work environment.
5. Employee centric laws
Poland has a number of legal measures protecting workers. All companies have to adhere to government regulations in the areas of health and safety, discrimination, minimum wage levels, part-time employment, and equal opportunities.
The law stipulates that for overtime carried out on the employee’s normal working days, the extra salary must be paid at time-and-a-half. Overtime worked on days when the employee would not normally be working is paid at double time. Staff may be granted time off in lieu instead of being paid for overtime. In reality, in certain sector of the economy , paid overtime is not common practice and it is expected that employees will stay at work voluntarily until the job is done.

GERMANY

1. Opportunities
When it comes to working in Germany. The average pay is considerably lower than what one would get in USA or other developed countries as a qualified professional. However there are several benefits to working in Germany: With growing economy and aging population, there are many employment opportunities available in Germany.
2. Work Permit
It is relatively easy to obtain work permit in Germany. Moreover, if you’ve worked in Germany for 24–36 months and have good German proficiency you can apply for permanent residence.
3. Work Life Balance
People value their time off. They work hard so they can enjoy their holiday. Germans often plan their holidays months or almost a year in advance. Asking someone to cancel their 1 month vacation is almost impossible. You just accept it.
4.Work Culture
People work hard. The hourly productivity in Germany is very high. People don’t want to waste too much time at work, as they need to get the job done in time to go home. You see something similar at the other high hourly productivity countries.
Working hours are very flexible in Germany. Under German labor law employees are allowed to work eight hours per day (48 hours per week). Saturday is considered to be a normal working day. With a five-day week, the permitted weekly working time totals 40 hours. Most business is conducted from Monday to Friday but retailers and manufacturing industries usually operate on Saturdays as well. Sundays, in contrast, are generally considered to be days off. An extension of the working time to a maximum of ten hours per day is possible under certain conditions.
Overtime has to be compensated for with additional time off. An overtime bonus is possible but it is not legally specified. Overtime bonuses have to be paid only when required by individual contracts or in applicable collective labor agreements.
5. Good Salaries
Wages are generally subject to individual negotiation in Germany.
It must be noted that a general minimum wage of EUR 9.19 an hour applies. Higher minimum wages must be set in certain industries (e.g. those with universally applicable collective wage agreements). The German customs authority provides an overview of these industry-specific minimum wages online.

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