Securing skilled workers in RLP - Ministries advertise on the international market
The labour market is changing. Not only throughout Germany, but also in Rhineland-Palatinate, international skilled workers are more interesting than ever. How Rhineland-Palatinate is using this potential was explained to the network by Frank Ißleib (Ministry of Economic Affairs Mainz) on 17.05 by telephone conference.
The Fachkräfteeinwanderungsgesetz (Immigration of Skilled Workers Act) provides the occasion for changes. The revised version of this law came into force on March 1 and is intended to make immigration to Germany considerably easier. In support of this, the Federal Government offers on its portal make-it-in-germany.com all information that interested parties need for their plans.
Rhineland-Palatinate is also aware of the challenge of a lack of skilled workers. Parallel to the federal level, the state promotes itself on make-it-in-rlp.de.
So that Rhineland-Palatinate can provide the best possible support for its new workforce, there are two concrete points of support.
1 The IHK Welcome Centers in Koblenz, Trier, Ludwigshafen and Mainz provide support, among other things, with the recognition of professional qualifications, with questions about entry and residence and provide information about language courses and the search for accommodation.
2 From 2021 there will be a central foreigners authority in Rhineland-Palatinate. The great advantage is that there is only one contact person and decisions can be made uniformly.
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