The Minimum Wage for 2019 in the USA, France and Germany

April 30, 2019

  Best regards und viele Grüße aus Charlotte Reinhard von Hennigs

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U.S. Companies Increasingly Refusing to Conform to German Labor Practices

May 31, 2013

Retrieved from: It’s no secret that U.S. and German labor practices are quite different. The U.S. is noticeably stricter on the rights and benefits of employees, whereas Germany seems to favor more employee prerogatives. A recent study even showed that the U.S. is the only wealthy nation in the world that does not have…

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German Vice Chancellor Calls for Change to German Law Concerning Dual Citizenship

May 30, 2013

Amidst an “integration summit” on Monday at the Chancellery in Berlin, German Vice Chancellor Phillipp Rösler demanded that newcomers to Germany be allowed to maintain their citizenship in their home country. Rösler hopes that this will help Germany to attract skilled immigrants from countries outside the EU. His position on the issue directly challenges the beliefs…

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German Family Denied Asylum by U.S. Court of Appeals

May 15, 2013

Retrieved from: A Christian family who fled Germany due to fears of prosecution for home-schooling their children were denied asylum by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. The court claimed U.S. immigration laws did not designate the family to qualify for asylum. Homeschooling has been illegal in German since 1918, when normal school attendance…

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