We are often asked about the prerequisites companies must have in mind when it comes to “bring that new co-worker from Africa to Germany”. This is why we list the most important questions and answers concerning (future) employees from so-called third countries here.
Relocating to Germany is tightly connected with one’s own citizenship or origin. Legal requirements therefore play the most important role. Here is where we give you an overview of the steps and criteria you need to take into consideration.
8 pieces of advice to prepare for your next online interview
At the German-French Institute for Technology and Business (DFHI) in Saarbrücken, African students are particularly successful.
What many do not know is that Germany is already one of the most popular countries for working immigrants worldwide. On a global scale, Germany ranks second right after the United States. That being said, an international workforce offers many advantages for German companies. Here are the most important ones.
What are the differences between corporate cultures? And how can companies benefit from the great potential of African talents? Kondwani Kampenya (Malawi, 33) in the AfricaWorks candidate portrait.
How small experiences contribute to overcome the imaginary gap between Europa and Africa.
With AfricaWorks, we get to know a lot about our candidates’ journey. The reasons for them to study abroad are manifold.
If experts start to talk about Africa, the list of deficits seems endless. Notably, one of the most important aspects is missing: the brain drain phenomenon.
We want to tell stories and re-write the narrative of European-African relations. It’s time to realize potentials.