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Arbeitgeberbescheinigung: Employer’s certificate

The “Arbeitgeberbescheinigung” is a document in German that certifies a worker’s employment and is often required for various administrative purposes in Germany, such as applying for a visa or residence permit. Although the exact content may vary depending on the purpose for which it is requested, generally, an “Arbeitgeberbescheinigung” should contain the following information:

  1. Name and Address of Employer: The full legal name and address of the company or employer must be included at the top of the document.
  2. Employee details: The employee’s full name, date of birth, current address and possibly passport number or other identification document.
  3. Employment Start Date: The date on which the employee started working for the company.
  4. Job Description: A detailed description of the work the employee does, including job titles, responsibilities and any other relevant information about the position.
  5. Type of Contract: Specifies whether the employment contract is for a fixed or indefinite period.
  6. Working Hours: Information on regular working hours, including the number of hours worked per week or month.
  7. Remuneration: Details of the employee’s salary or remuneration, including the frequency of payment (monthly, fortnightly, etc.) and, if applicable, information on additional benefits.
  8. Signature and Stamp: The document must be signed by an authorized representative of the company and stamped with the company’s official stamp.

Remember that for specific requests, there may be additional requirements or specific information needed in the document. I recommend checking with the institution or authority that is requesting the “Arbeitgeberbescheinigung” to ensure that it meets all the necessary requirements for your specific case.


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