Come back

2 min

11 Apr. 2024

992

How attitudes toward Ukrainian workers in Poland have changed: a recent study

Work
For refugees
Poland

Share:

How attitudes toward Ukrainian workers in Poland have changed: a recent study

In Poland, there is a mixed character of attitudes towards employees from Ukraine. Find out in more detail what percentage of employers express a positive opinion about Ukrainians and whether the attitude in society is deteriorating

Issuing a policy Green card for traveling abroad by car
Issuing a policy Green card for traveling abroad by car
BUY


Most employers in Poland have a positive opinion of Ukrainian workers, especially appreciating them for their quick adaptation and hard work. However, the attitude of the Poles themselves toward workers from Ukraine has deteriorated. This is reported by pap.pl.


Please note! To ensure a safe stay abroad, you should take care of reliable health insurance in advance, which will not only help you maintain your health, but also protect you from unforeseen expenses. You can take out an insurance policy that covers emergency medical care in case of illnesses and accidents, as well as inpatient and outpatient care around the world on the Visit Ukraine website. In addition, on our portal, you can immediately apply for car insurance - the Green Card, which is mandatory in 50 countries, including the EU.


Polish employers appreciate migrants from Ukraine


According to the results of the study "Labor Market Barometer of Poland", conducted by Personnel Service, it was found that 78% of Polish employers express a positive or neutral attitude towards employees from Ukraine.

They highly appreciate such qualities of Ukrainian employees as quick adaptation (42%), hard work (34%), and the ability to quickly learn Polish (30%).

It is noted that every fourth entrepreneur appreciates employees from Ukraine for their experience, and every fifth for their modesty, creating a positive atmosphere and loyalty.

It is also noted that 14% of employers value the knowledge of Ukrainians, but 17% do not note anything positive in their work, which is a significant increase compared to the previous year.

According to the company's experts, public attitudes toward Ukrainian workers have changed somewhat, with both positive and negative attitudes increasing compared to the previous year.

In addition, it is believed that 41% of Poles see a slowdown in wage growth due to the presence of Ukrainian workers, and one in five sees competition from them in the labor market.



Visit Ukraine on social media: Telegram | YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | TikTok




How has the attitude towards Ukrainian workers in Poland changed?


According to the company's representative Krzysztof Inglot, the deterioration of attitudes towards Ukrainians in society is a challenge for HR departments in organizations that employ or plan to employ foreigners. According to the study, this applies to as many as 43% of companies in Poland. Focusing on employee training and integration becomes a key task.

The analysis by industry shows that companies in the IT sector have the most positive attitude towards Ukrainian employees: 56% of respondents expressed a very positive or positive opinion. In industry, this figure is slightly lower at 6%.

We remind you! The Polish government proposes to change the conditions for granting temporary protection to refugees from Ukraine. Read more about the proposed system of obtaining a temporary residence permit and the abolition of the free accommodation program in the new special law in this article.


Photo: certex.com.au


Want to know more? Read the latest news and useful materials about Ukraine and the world in the News section.




Our recommendation for a safe and comfortable trip: 


Visit Ukraine Insurance - insurance for a safe stay abroad without unnecessary expenses;

Green Card - compulsory car insurance for traveling abroad;

Visit Ukraine Tickets - book tickets for buses, trains, and airplanes to/from Ukraine and between cities around the world;

Private Lawyer service - professional legal support on visa and migration issues;

Visit Ukraine Merch - buy patriotic clothing and accessories with worldwide delivery.




© 2018-2024, Visit Ukraine. Use, copying or reprinting of materials on this site is permitted only with a link (hyperlink for online publications) to Visit Ukraine.

All rights reserved.


Recommended articles

2 min

Insurance Health care in Europe: why medical insurance is necessary in any case

Health care in Europe: why medical insurance is necessary in any case

Medicine in Europe is notoriously not a cheap service at all. That's why insurance is so popular in the EU, giving citizens access to medical care when they need it. Find out what the benefits of health insurance are and why it is the easiest way to protect your health

10 Apr. 2024

More details

2 min

Popular The law on mobilisation in Ukraine has been adopted: when will it come into force and what does the document say?

The law on mobilisation in Ukraine has been adopted: when will it come into force and what does the document say?

Ukraine has adopted a new law that regulates the rules of mobilisation of persons liable for military service and sets restrictions for people who evade military service. Find out when the rules will come into effect and what changes Ukrainians should expect

11 Apr. 2024

More details

2 min

Documents How to apply for licenses abroad? Rules and conditions for obtaining a driver's license in different countries of the world (part 2)

How to apply for licenses abroad? Rules and conditions for obtaining a driver's license in different countries of the world (part 2)

The procedure for obtaining a driver's license in other countries has its own special rules. Find out more about how to pass the driving test abroad and what requirements exist for Ukrainians to obtain a driver's license outside of Ukraine

11 Apr. 2024

More details

1 min

Transport Strikes in Europe in the near future: in which countries to expect transport disruptions

Strikes in Europe in the near future: in which countries to expect transport disruptions

Leading trade unions in European countries have announced a series of protests that could have a significant impact on public transportation. In countries such as the UK, France, Italy, and others, passengers should be prepared for possible disruptions in the operation of subways, railways, and other modes of transportation. Find out more about the dates of the strikes

11 Apr. 2024

More details