We provide talented workers for both short-term and longer-term jobs. For contracts of three months or more, we agree a minimum number of hours (usually 10–20 hours a week). Outside term time, staff members on those contracts can even arrange to work up to 40 hours a week.
That depends on the duration of the contract. For short-term contracts, we cannot guarantee that you will always get the same staff members. To increase the chance that you will, however, you can rate your booked staff members after their first shift. We will do our best to send you staff members you have previously rated positively. For long-term contracts lasting 3–18 months, on the other hand, we guarantee that you will get the same staff member throughout the agreed period.
In principle, there are no fixed costs. There is no obligation or minimum booking. If you book a staff member for a short period, you will only pay for the hours worked.
If you book a staff member for a period of 3–18 months, you undertake to pay for the number of weekly hours specified in the order form. Because Zenjob guarantees those weekly hours to staff members, we will charge you for the agreed hours even if you do not book them for the full amount of time.
You can use Zenjob during times of peak demand as well as to hire student workers. We can provide you with workers in the industrial and commercial sectors.
For short-term contracts, you can cancel up to 48 hours before the booked shift. After that time, we will charge you the cost of the booking. For long-term bookings of three months or more, there is a notice period of two weeks for cancellations. Shifts cannot be cancelled at short notice in such cases.
One general contract, many opportunities
Our general contract gives you exclusive, free access to a staffing pool of over 20,000 candidates across Germany. Our talented workers undergo a strict qualification process and receive an average rating from businesses of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
We operate as a staffing agency in over 30 cities in Germany. Want us to come to your city? Just ask!