The vast majority of Polish firms now employ Ukrainians, according to a new research.
The survey carried out by the Gremi Personal analytical centre found that 80% of firms now had Ukrainians on their books, while in one-third of the firms Ukrainians now accounted for 10-20% of staff.
Ukrainians occupy both highly qualified and low-qualified jobs in 43% of companies, while 18% of firms say they only employ highly qualified Ukrainian personnel.
The same percentage declares they hire Ukrainians only for low-qualified jobs.
In 5% of the surveyed companies, Ukrainians constitute over 50% of the staff.
Most firms, 66%, said their Ukrainian staff had no problems adapting to their new jobs. (PAP/Business World Magazine)