Poland implements new employment rule for Ukrainians

Source : 112 Ukraine

The employees should pay 7.8 dollars for the registration of the application
18:46, 22 June 2017

Sejm of the Republic of Poland and the Government of Poland passed the draft law on promotion of the employment and establishments of the job market. Radio Poland reported this.

The changes provide the implementation of the payment of the registration of the application to the employer of intent to hire the foreigner.  This concerns the foreigners who have long-term work in Poland. Particularly, there are the citizens of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Russia who can use the simplified system of the access to the job market. The permit for the season work is implemented besides the right to work. The headman will give the permit for 8 months during the year. The law provides the payment of 7.8 dollars for the registration of the application to the employer to hire the foreigner. 

‘It will decrease the irregularities and provide the financial benefits that will be used by the headmen to the accomplishment of this task. It will allow serving people interested in the local work management more effective. It is planned that the payment will not be more than 7.8 dollars’, it is noted.

The application can be not registered if the management considers the document to be made with the seeking lucre or for not working purposes. 

The trade unions of Poland demand to equal the wages of the Ukrainian and Polish workers.The department of the Jelenia Gora Trade Union in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship plans to protect the Ukrainian workers in Poland.

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