# Special regulations for working hours
Along with the usual working hours, there are special regulations for certain situations. Examples include part-time work for older employees and winter pay for employees in weather-dependent industries. Here is an overview of information and services regarding these regulations.To Services
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If your employees or the BA require a certificate of employment, you must send this to the BA. The same applies to a secondary income certificate if employees or persons working for you on a self-employed basis have applied for or are receiving current cash benefits.
If you, as an employer, would like to have employees work in your company or business on a Sunday or public holiday, you need a permit to do so.
If you employ domestic employees on a mini-job basis, you must register this using the household cheque procedure.
For example, if you want to fill a vacant job or training position, you can publish it on the Federal Employment Agency portal on the Internet.
If you are a foreign employer that employs staff in Germany, you must give notification of this through the Minimum Wage Notification Portal. The same applies if you are a German employer employing foreign temporary workers.
The Employer Service of the Federal Employment Agency provides information, advice and support on all aspects of human resources.
If you as an employer need to have employees work in your company or business on a Sunday or public holiday for special reasons, you may be granted an exception.