Conditions for employment in Zimbabwe: what are the rules for foreigners
- Brand ambassador for Mukuru, a remittance company in Africa and Asia. Not only is it necessary to advise customers, creating a 'harmonious environment in the queues at the checkout counter in the office, but also wet clean the premises every 48 hours and organize office supplies.
- Sales consultant at Teklink IT. Main responsibilities include B2B collaboration. Requires knowledge of corporate marketing and CRM.
- Video editor for Village Talkies based in Bangalore, India. You must be able to generate fresh, out-of-the-box ideas - the company shoots advertising and informational videos about brands and companies.
- A specialist for the VAAL'S cleaning company who'd have to check contracts with clients.
- an application addressed to the Director of the General Immigration Office (Chief Executive),
- pay a fee of $500,
- a completed application form of the candidate employee for a residence permit,
- letter of offer of employment,
- proof of English language skills and experience in the occupation,
- two certified passport photographs,
- birth and marriage certificates.
4 minResidence permit
The simultaneous stay of visitors in the hotel lobby not more than one person per 10 square meters of serviceable area is allowed.
Persons can visit hotels and stay there (outside hotel room) only if they wear respirator or face mask (including homemade mask), so that the nose and mouth are covered.
Hotel guests are obliged to keep the 1.5 meters distance.
Online check-in making in advance is recommended to avoid queues at check-in to hotel.
Meals in hotels are provided through meals delivery service to rooms upon prior order or at hotel restaurants situated inside or in open areas, provided the distance of at least 1.5 meters between seats at adjacent tables.
Not more than 4 clients are allowed to stay at the table (excluding children under 14 years old). Unless these tables are separated by a special partition;
Self-serve is not allowed.
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