The recruitment process for non-EU workforce
When it comes to non-EU citizens the process has its limitations due to distances, local recruitment regulations and also migration laws. We offer legal advice and help at every step of the recruitment process in a number of European countries where it is the most challenging. This is related to the law changes in the ’old’ EU countries, such as the afore-mentioned Germany.
We also specialize in delegating workforce to Nordic countries, such as Norway. We are willing to share the knowledge and expertise we have gained over the years. Our legal advice can help you prepare for employing professional drivers as well as specialists in other fields.
Specialists from Poland and outside of the EU
Polish workers have been present in Western European countries for many years and gained respect as specialists in their respective domains.
Now, also workers from non-EU states, such as Ukraine, are focusing on this particular market. Thanks to the changes in regulations governing the employment of non-EU residents, many Western European countries are opening their markets to welcome new workforce. Case in point: in Germany new rules for the immigration of skilled workers entered into force on March 1st 2020. The European market is open to welcoming foreigners, assessing and improving their skills and employing them. We offer a business partnership based on transparency and compliance with all applicable laws. Could employing foreign skilled workers pay off?
Work Partner Service can delegate them to work in your company for a fixed term or you can choose to put them on your payroll.