This is particularly about employees with appropriate qualifications and high motivation to work. The alternative is to employ Ukrainians who come to our country in search of higher salaries and a better quality of life. Increasingly, employers recognize the advantages of cooperation with employees from the East.
The situation is facilitated by the simplification of regulations regarding the employment of Ukrainians in Poland. From June 2017, people from Ukraine who want to work in our country do not need a visa anymore. They can enter Poland and work here on the basis of a biometric passport for a period of 90 days in half a year.
Of course, these are not the only formalities and criteria that need to be implemented in order to legally hire Ukrainians. It is enough to mention the correct submission of a declaration of intention to entrust work.
However, professional outsourcing companies support the official matters of entrepreneurs. As part of the service, they provide not only employment of workers from the East and full legalization of employment of Ukrainians. The service also includes personnel matters, accommodation, medical examinations, OHS trainings, equipment in work clothes and their daily coordination of work.
This is a number of facilities that allow entrepreneurs to appreciate the comfort of cooperation with Ukrainians. There are additional advantages.
In the case of employees hired through an outsourcing company, it is their direct employer that incurs financial and organizational costs of holidays, sick leaves or replacements during the period of trips to their home country.
It is worth remembering that employees from Ukraine are willing to take overtime or additional jobs because they are determined to earn as much money as possible during their stay in Poland.
Ukrainians who are preparing to go to Poland are keen on learning Polish. They also train vocabulary related to the industry in which they want to work. ThreeZones experience shows that, on average, there are only a few employees in the group of several dozen recruited people who do not know the language at all.
Most often these are people who made the decision to travel to Poland spontaneously. In practice, this is usually not a problem. In the communication process, the coordinator and translator from an outsourcing company support the enterprise at the time of implementation.
Other Ukrainians are also happy to help in such cases. Usually, after a period of about two weeks, employees who have come to Poland without speaking the language already communicate at a communicative level.
This advantage is particularly appreciated by construction companies and enterprises that have branches in various parts of the country. Employees from Ukraine, coming to Poland are mobile and ready to work both in Silesia, in Wroclaw and in Gdansk. When a company has a need to fill staff shortages in its branch or performs an order (eg construction) in another part of Poland, most often there is no problem finding people willing to leave. There is also no need to take employees on a weekend to the place where they live every day. This significantly reduces the organizational costs of this type of tasks.
Work in Poland is usually an opportunity for Ukrainians to improve their financial situation and help their families. The money they earn in Poland is incomparably greater with what they receive in their home country. It is also a chance for them to live in better conditions and gain new experiences.
Companies in Poland, on the other hand, gain determined, punctual employees ready to work on positions that the cast on the local labor market could not find. Companies using the support of professional outsourcing companies also appreciate the advantages of comprehensive service (recruitment, personnel and organization). This additionally allows to see the advantages of employing Ukrainians.