Over time, the Polish labor market is increasingly opening up to employees from across the eastern border. Representatives of other nations, for example Belarusians, are joining the Ukrainians who are massively arriving to our country. Many Polish enterprises also decide to employ Asians. Why are foreigners so important for the Polish labor market?
In most cases, foreign employees are filled with lower positions. This is due to economic considerations. Training such employees does not cost too much, and they acquire new skills quickly while performing their duties. On the other hand, the demand for specialists in various fields is also increasing in Poland. Probably, soon, it will be necessary to properly educate immigrants in these aspects.
The not very high professional qualifications that Polish employers expect from employed foreigners do not go hand in hand with attractive financial conditions. It turns out that many entrepreneurs would not mind paying an employee from the East a higher rate if this could ensure his loyalty to the company. In the case of Polish subordinates, such tendencies are observed much less frequently. This undoubtedly proves the appreciation of foreigners and their invaluable role on the Polish labor market.