To start working successfully in Germany you need be familiar with the cultural standards. Interpersonal conflicts may not only frustrate you but also threaten your employment. Therefore it is indispensable to get to know the German way of thinking, living and working.
Our online seminar “Working Culture – How to handle Germans.” supplies you with all the essential information regarding cultural standards in Germany. You will learn more about the typical German way of working and what will be expected from you, as well as the typical behaviour of your German colleagues. You will find out why things are done in a certain way and which advantages these cultural stands have but also which conflicts may occur. In addition you have the opportunity to raise questions and receive answers immediately. The webinar is performed over Skype or Google.
Price: 150 Euro
Also the 12-hour package might be interesting for you.
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If you are interested in one of these offers, please send a request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Services can be paid by bank transfer or PayPal. All prices are plus additional remittance fees and must be paid in advance. All prices incl. 19 % VAT. It is possible to put the expenses of our services against tax, if you start working in Germany in the same or following year.
We advice international academic job-seekers how to:
– search for jobs
– write application documents
– prepare job interviews
– apply for work permits
– understand the work culture in Germany.
We are proud to be the leading provider for application trainings targeted to international students at German universities.
„Applying for a job in Germany is a very thorough and competitive process, which does not leave room for mistakes and the smallest of details could define your success. Heidi was an utmost professional and invaluable help in optimising my application documents, preparing the interviews and, ultimately, succeeding in my job search… If you are struggling with your applications or if these are systematically declined, then you should definitely consider contacting her.
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