After de-freezing of economy, companies in almost all of Poland are increasingly looking for employees, including those from abroad. Mazovia, Lower Silesia and Wielkopolska are provinces that this year have the greatest demand for short-term workers from abroad (…)
Wielkopolska is second (after Mazovia) in terms of the number of work permits granted to foreigners in the first half of this year (25.8 thousand). The next places are occupied by Małopolska and Silesia, which, however, recorded the biggest decrease in the number of declarations per year – 41%.
According to Andrzej Korkus, CEO of EWL employment agency, this is a consequence of the high concentration of automotive plants, which – despite the current de-freezing – are performing worse than a year before.
According to Andrzej Korkus, the demand for foreign workers moved from one industry to another during the pandemic. An increased demand for foreign workers can now be seen, for example, in regions with a large representation of logistics businesses – such as mazowieckie and łódzkie voivodeships – and the food industry. In the latter group there are, among others, wielkopolskie, pomorskie, zachodniopomorskie and kujawsko-pomorskie voivodeships (…)