The lawyers Alexander Dobiasch & Rupert Richter inform if separate employers and workers, has the employer according to the civil code, entitled to a certificate of work. Alexander Dobiasch and Rupert Richter lawyers explain what external criteria must be followed by a work certificate. What do you need a certificate? Work certificate fulfils an important function. The professional achievements and skills of the employee are held here. The certificate is an important aspect when applying for a new job. It therefore represents an important reference for the workers and should comply with the formal requirements for this reason. Design a work certificate following external criteria should match the job reference: work certificate should clean and proper business paper in the format DIN A-4 be issued copies are allowed, if they in the original signed for the testimony in an envelope to fit, it is permitted to fold it. When a copy is created may the folds but not visible does not exist may his deletions, corrections, patches, and other characteristics be underlining, italics, objectives in quotes and highlights by exclamation marks (!) or Fragezeichen(?) are personal input of workers with family name and is not allowed to call.
A distinction between men and women must be also given. Date of birth and address can also be listed if this is desired by the employee. Other possible information are professional drawings and acquired title date of issue of the certificate must be provided with the date on which it is issued. A subsequent dating is not allowed. Signature of employer work certificate must bear a handwritten signature.
This must be not necessarily by the chef. Signatures of authorized persons in the operation are also allowed. However, this must be marked. For example through shortcuts like i.A (commissioned). The law firm Danielleeee & Judge in Bergen auf Rugen available clients for questions around the theme of work certificate at any time. Press contact lawyers Alexander Dobiasch & Rupert Richter Marktstrasse 8 18528 Bergen auf Rugen phone: + 49 03838 / 25 71 10 fax: + 49 03838 / 25 71 15 email: Homepage: