European Interest

Poland preps new rules for migrant workers

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A picture of the former Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland.

Changes to migrant labour legislation in Poland are reportedly being hammered out by government officials.

As reported by Radio Poland, the new rules will apply to some 2.5m foreigners employed in Poland. One in three is an undocumented migrant worker.

“I would recommend increasing the number of staff in the offices catering to foreigners. It would be the best investment, since every work permit granted supplies our market with a good labourer,” Andrzej Korkus, owner of a recruitment agency for foreigners seeking employment in Poland, was quoted as saying.

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