We offer  the preparation of the following employment contract samples according to German law. The contracts are drafted in German, translations into other languages are not covered by the package prices below.

 
Employment contract
- Basic -
Employment contract
- Business -
Employment contract
- Premium -
Initial consultation by means of telecommunication
(in English or German)
max. 15 min.
max. 30 min.
max. 45 min.
Job description
Termination clause and clause on probationary period (optional)
Working time clause - standard
Overtime and overtime pay
Flexitime clause
Salary: fixed monthly salary
Salary: on an hourly basis
Gratuity like Christmas bonus, vacation benefit,
13. month pay or similar (optional)
Bonus clause
Company car clause (optional)
Expenses clause (optional)
Home-Office
clause (optional)
Clause on mobile phone and laptop for business (optional)
Company flat clause (optional)
Moving expenses clause (optional)
Additional benefits such as child benefit,
company discount or alike (optional)
Training costs clause (optional)
Social security and continued salary payments
Accident and occupational disability insurance (optional)
Pension commitment (optional)
Annual leave -
standard
Annual leave: devided by statutory and contractual leave
Option for garden leave during notice period
Return of company property
Standard confidentiality clause
Individual confidentiality clause
Sideline regulation
Non-compete clause
Postcontractual non-compete clause (optional)
Clause on employee inventions
Not included:
  • Translation costs.
350,00 € net
416,50 € gross
600,00 € net
714,00 € gross
850,00 € net
1.011,50 € gross

For some industries, such as the transportation industry and construction industry, we offer industry-specific additional employment contract provisions that can be booked in addition to our above packages. We therefore recommend that you take a look at our additional packages.

If you would like to have explanations on the German social security system, or if you would like to see examples of calculations for the employers’ financial burden (employers’ gross costs or total labour costs) and, on the other hand, for the amount actually paid out to the employee (net wage), we recommend that you book an additional package.