Lawyers

Wel­come to Staff-Leas­ing-Ger­many, an infor­ma­tion offer­ing by the HK2 Recht­san­wälte law firm in Berlin! Here we offer inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tions infor­ma­tion about tem­po­rary employ­ment and per­son­nel assign­ments in Ger­many. We pro­vide an overview of the legal frame­work and the relat­ed chal­lenges that may arise when deploy­ing per­son­nel in Ger­many.

About us

HK2 Recht­san­wälte is a law firm in the heart of Berlin spe­cial­is­ing in inter­na­tion­al labour law and inter­na­tion­al per­son­nel assign­ments.

We are there for you when it comes to tem­po­rary employ­ment, sec­ond­ment or oth­er inter­na­tion­al per­son­nel assign­ments.

We will be pleased to advise you if you have any ques­tions as to whether the project you have in mind is pos­si­ble under Ger­man labour law, and can help you to imple­ment your project.
Whether answer­ing sim­ple labour law ques­tions over the phone or han­dling com­plex pro­ce­dures — we are there for you.

We can espe­cial­ly help you to assess whether your project is a tem­po­rary employ­ment con­stel­la­tion under Ger­man law, and will apply for per­mis­sion on your behalf.

Fur­ther­more, an essen­tial part of our work con­sists of devel­op­ing cor­po­rate strate­gies and pre­lim­i­nary audit­ing in order to avoid legal prob­lems.

Where we can help you

In detail, we can advise and rep­re­sent your com­pa­ny in the fol­low­ing mat­ters:

  • Appli­ca­tion for a tem­po­rary employ­ment agency license
  • Draft­ing ser­vice con­tracts and con­tracts to pro­duce a work
  • Advice regard­ing the treat­ment of mixed oper­a­tions
  • Equal pay and equal treat­ment
  • Assign­ment and/or post­ing
  • Issues regard­ing the appli­ca­tion of col­lec­tive agree­ments in mixed oper­a­tions
  • Min­i­mum wage
  • OnSite­M­an­age­ment and mas­ter ven­dor agree­ments
  • Pay-rolling
  • Advice and rep­re­sen­ta­tion before labour courts
  • File inspec­tion, prepa­ra­tion of audits by the Fed­er­al Employ­ment Agency (Bun­de­sagen­tur für Arbeit)
  • Com­mu­ni­ca­tion with Ger­man author­i­ties
  • Sem­i­nars, webi­na­rs and oth­er pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment options

Attorney Jörg Hennig

Jörg Hen­nig has been a lawyer since 1997 and is a part­ner at HK2 Recht­san­wälte. As a cer­ti­fied spe­cial­ist attor­ney for labour law , he spe­cialis­es in types of flex­i­ble work­ing , in par­tic­u­lar  in tem­po­rary work, but also in the areas of restruc­tur­ing, inter­na­tion­al sec­ond­ments  and fic­ti­tious self-employ­ment. Jörg Hen­nig is a sup­port­ing mem­ber of the Ger­man Asso­ci­a­tion of Tem­po­rary Employ­ment Agen­cies (iGZ) and he is a mem­ber of the work­ing group labour law with­in the Ger­man Bar Asso­ci­a­tion. Jörg Hen­nig has writ­ten numer­ous arti­cles on tem­po­rary employ­ment and he is the Man­ag­ing Direc­tor of ZP1 Con­sult­ing Com­pa­ny on Tem­po­rary Work and Flex­i­ble Per­son­nel Deploy­ment.

He advis­es his clients in Ger­man and Eng­lish.

He is co-author of the fol­low­ing mono­graphs:

- Böhm/Hennig/Popp “Zeitar­beit — Hand­buch für die Prax­is”, 4. Aufl. 2017
- Lansnick­er “Prozesse in Arbeitssachen”, 3. Aufl. 2013
- Bun­desurlaub­s­ge­setzOnline Kom­men­tar 2004–2007, pub­lished by Lex­is­nex­is — Wolter­skluw­er

Attorney Anika Nadler

Ani­ka Nadler has been work­ing for HK2 Recht­san­wälte since 2017.

Her main focus is on labour law and social law. In par­tic­u­lar, she focus­es on the spe­cial legal issues of tem­po­rary work and flex­i­ble per­son­nel deploy­ment.

In the area of social insur­ance law, she focus­es on the use of free­lancers, legal issues in hos­pi­tals and con­tri­bu­tion oblig­a­tions to employer’s lia­bil­i­ty insur­ance funds (Beruf­sgenossen­schaften). Fur­ther­more, Ani­ka Nadler advis­es glob­al­ly active com­pa­nies in con­nec­tion with inter­na­tion­al per­son­nel trans­fers and planned set­tle­ments in Ger­many.

The indus­try focus of Ani­ka Nadler lies in the areas of health, per­son­nel ser­vices, IT and con­struc­tion.

Ani­ka Nadler is active through­out Ger­many as a lec­tur­er in the areas of labour law and tem­po­rary employ­ment.

She advis­es her clients in Ger­man, Eng­lish, French and Ital­ian.