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Employing Ukrainian worker in the UK

Unlike the regular worker who lives from payday to payday in the UK, a Ukrainian worker goes to the UK to work. The goal is to take home as much money as possible so the free time will be filled with...

Ukrainians in the United Kingdom – stay, accommodation, work permit

After a ongoing refugee crisis began in Europe in late February 2022 after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the “homes for Ukraine” programme has  allowed individuals, charities, community groups and...

europa.jobs supports Ukraine!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Colleagues, On behalf of myself and my team europa.jobs, I would like to encourage, to support people who are currently fleeing from the war in Ukraine. On the europa.jobs portal,...

Brexit and Polish workers. What happens to Polish workers after Brexit?

Great Britain decided to leave the European Union on January 31, 2020. Many people will remember this date for a very long time. For many Brits who voted in a special referendum in the UK, Brexit was...

How to write an effective job advertisement

A job advertisement, which is replied to by only CVs of candidates meeting all the requirements, is a dream of every recruiter. How can this be achieved? With the help of a well-structured job advertisement!...

Senior caretaker abroad – how does this work look like?

According to the report ‘Work and earnings in Europe 2019’ prepared by europa.jobs, working as a caretaker for the elderly is the third most popular profession Poles do abroad. Also in the...

Due to coronavirus and closed borders, seasonal workers are lacking in UK

Thousands of British employees will have to help harvest crops, because seasonal workers from other European countries cannot come due to the closing of the borders caused by coronavirus. Every year about...

Brand new offer of europa.jobs and even more effective recruitment

From February 6th 2020, the europa.jobs website has a new business offer. Due to the fact that we are dealing with information overload today, we decided to meet this unfavorable trend, make life easier...

Information clause on the processing of personal data of economic entitles.

Version as at 03-09-2019 The controller of your personal data is PRACUJ W UNII – EUROPA SP. Z O.O. with its registered office in Wroclaw, ul. Nenckiego 136A, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs...

europa.jobs – the biggest European job portal for mobile workers

Whilst creating our portal pracujwunii.pl our goal wasn’t only to become the biggest and the most recognizable job portal for working abroad in Poland, most of all we wanted to create and share a platform...

3 recruitment mistakes – How to scare off potential employees?

For a long time, the labour market, both in Poland and abroad, has been governed by an employee. The record low unemployment, with a large number of vacancies to be filled, means that jobseekers no longer...

How to find an employee on europa.jobs?

Within 5 years, europa.jobs has become the largest portal in Poland with job offers abroad. Our website is visited by almost 100,000 users weekly, who leave almost 6,000 of their applications for employers’...