Poland faces increasing competition for Ukrainian workers

Michał Wierzchowski, sales director of the employment agency EWL, noted that “despite the announcement of simplification of procedures for Ukrainians, nothing changes. We are standing still, while other countries are beginning to open up for them.”

Representatives of different recruitment agencies believe that simplified employment procedures, which currently allow Ukrainians to be employed in Poland for six months, must be extended to a year. The Polish Ministry of the Labour, Family and Social Policy has announced plans to do so, but the new rules have yet to be implemented.

Source: Emerging Europe


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