The State Employment Promotion Agency told RFE / RL that as of today, February 16, 53,274 people had registered on the special registration portal, of whom 35,121 had filled out an application form.
Nino Velitauri, Director of the State Employment Promotion Agency, told us that if it is decided to employ a specific person, the job seeker must provide a health certificate at his own expense – Form No. 100, passport, travel ticket on both roads and PCR Do the test. According to Velitauri, the duration of employment is five to six days a week and eight to ten hours a day, the minimum wage is 9.50 euros per hour. This amount will be deducted from taxes, food and housing expenses. Georgian citizens will be able to find temporary legal employment in the German labor market for a period of 1 to 3 months, and seasonal work will begin in April.
“Employer Provides, that At work Close let it be organized housing At work For the seeker Available For the price. What Will cost housing, this About Information Directly In the vacancy will be Set. employed also Himself Covers Nutrition Costs. Which Touch on the place (In Germany) Health And Industrial From cases Insurance, this Costs Will take You Employer. Employment Promotion State Agency Consultants At work Seekers Definitely They will say beforehand That, For reference How many will be Expense And How many – Salary“.
Radio Liberty was interested in what they think about temporary legal employment in Kakheti. One part of the respondents we interviewed says that in a country where new jobs are constantly problematic, this program will be a relief for many people, however LagodekhshAccording to Izolda Bochorishvili, a resident of I, it would be better to create jobs on the spot.
“Rural On the farm So much Raw Place, Farming Farm And Such There are opportunities, that better was Work places To be created on the place, But Unemployed For humans At least Three Self Employment In Germany will be Privilege And Revenue Source“.
Other respondents we interviewed in Kakheti also heard about the program. Some of them say that this is the best opportunity for the unemployed, but some are satisfied with what it generates in Georgia, some do not believe in the authenticity of the program at all.
Temporary seasonal employment is carried out within the framework of the agreement between Georgia and Germany. Employment is available for seasonal work in the agricultural sector, which involves harvesting a variety of seasonal crops. Applicant for employment must be a citizen of Georgia, aged 18 to 60 years and must be able to communicate in English or German at an elementary level. You also need work experience and motivation to harvest. A citizen who decides to go to work in Germany must not have visited the Schengen area 3 months in advance. The State Employment Promotion Agency told RFE / RL that the project has identified potential risks. If a citizen who came to Germany from Georgia for work does not return to his homeland after the expiration of his term, he will be immediately found and deported to Georgia.