We asked Europe’s Tech scene what the future looks like for international teams. One key insight: The future is not fully remote, but international.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the workspace as we know it, causing a shift in HR processes along the way. With a surge in remote work environments, increased flexibility, and the implementation of new ways of collaborating, 2020 allowed for an unprecedented degree of innovation. Companies started looking into new workplace strategies, flexible policies, and new employment options. However, what does the future look like? With 2021 giving us a fresh start, the big question remaining is: What is actually here to stay, and how will teams be working together when the dust settles? This report shows our survey's exclusive findings on hiring strategies and market perceptions shared by international HR professionals. It covers the following topics:
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The work visa for qualified professionals is available to individuals that have attended an institution of higher education or received qualified vocational training outside of Germany, and wish to obtain employment in the country. It is one of the most widely issued work visas in Germany. The purpose of this checklist is to provide an overview of the most important steps, from beginning to end, of the visa application process. It is intended for German employers looking to hire non-EU talent.Download