2018-11-29 | Social Security for people working
When taking up gainful employment in Germany, the question of social protection always arises. According to the international social security law, the principle of "pay where you work" applies. However, this does not necessarily mean that there is always an insurance cover in all social insurance branches. It needs to be carefully verified on a case-by-case basis under the German domestic law whether or not the professional activity results in a compulsory coverage. The aim of the speech is to familiarize HR professionals with the main features of the social insurance law.
29th November | 18.00
Haus der Universität, Schadowstraße 14, Düsseldorf
The seminar is free of charge, but registration is required.
For more information and registratioin pleas contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Short curriculum vitae of Matthias Henne
Matthias Henne holds a degree in administration (“Verwaltungsdiplom VWA”). He is an accredited pension advisor. As a Senior Manager at the KPMG practice in Düsseldorf, he is the technical head of the German social insurance network of KPMG. For more than 20 years, he has been advising global companies on all social security aspects with regard to cross-border situations. Before joining KPMG, he held a management position at the German Liaison Agency Health Insurance – International ("Deutsche Verbindungsstelle Krankenversicherung Ausland - DVKA") for almost 10 years. He provides assistance to internationally operating companies in identifying and minimizing liability risks under insurance and contribution law. Another core service of his activity is the consultation for employees on their insurance coverage in order to avoid pension gaps during a job-related stay abroad.