The situation on the Polish labour market is dynamic. Any company that wants not only to stay in the market but also to grow needs its hands to work. Unfortunately, the shortage of native workers is already strongly felt in many sectors of the Polish economy, which is why entrepreneurs increasingly choose to recruit workers from the East, including both Eastern Europe and Asia.
Polish employers value workers from Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Russia, among others, for their very high motivation and diligence. These are usually people who are conscientious about their duties and have no major problems acclimatising to their new workplace. Employment in Poland is an opportunity for them to improve living conditions and develop, so they are happy to learn Polish and improve their professional qualifications.