‘Although employees from abroad have also felt the effects of the pandemic, including the downturn in the labour market, most of them have stayed in Poland. According to the study of the EWL employment agency announced on Monday, about 90 percent of economic migrants (mainly Ukrainians) are satisfied with their decision to stay or come to Poland. And almost 80 percent of them would recommend working for us to their family and friends.’ says the article by Anita Błaszczak, published on the front page of the Rzeczpospolita daily (6 October 2020).
Such recommendations will be useful, as employment agencies are now mobilising forces and resources before the seasonal increase in demand for temporary employees in the fourth quarter. They predict that this year they will have even more orders for foreigners than a year ago.
‘We are approaching the pre-Christmas consumption peak, which is largely served by foreign employees,’ claims Andrzej Korkus, CEO of EWL – we can read on the first page of the Rzeczpospolita.
In addition, the daily devoted another large article to our study in the ‘Economics and Business’ section.
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