Why should an employer show interest in an employee from Ukraine, when it has a Polish labour market at its disposal?
- Polish labour market suffers from shortage of specialised workers, due to a growing emigration of Poles to countries of Western Europe, and the fact that education in Poland lags behind the trends. This emigration is basically caused by the prospects of more attractive earnings.
- The lacks of staff brought about a demand for employees. The alternative source of manpower in Poland is Eastern Europe. It’s labour markets are characterised by lower earnings, while compared to Polish standards, as well as unsatisfactory prospects of professional development.
- Efficient workers from Eastern Europe are flexible, ready to take up temporary work on the basis of mandate contract for specified service. They increase market competitiveness being a remedy for problems with local human resources.
- Personnel from Eastern Europe is eager to work and relocate. They are trustworthy when it comes to qualifications in many sectors of industry, including production and service.
- Our personnel is not afraid of intensified workload and wants to gain new skills, promote and improve living conditions.
- Workers from Eastern Europe have a clear picture of Polish lifestyle, as they frequently visit Poland. Employees can easily adapt to new realities, especially as they feel less of a language barrier.