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Work@PL - Work in Poland

Termin wydarzenia:
10 Październik 2018
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Are you looking for a job in Poland?

Are you a Polish employer who is looking for qualified employees from EU/EEA countries?

Take part in the European Job Day Work@PL

Work@PL will be held on October 10th, 2018 from 10:00 to 14:00 (CET). The aim of this project is to enable Polish employers from selected sectors to reach job seekers from other EU/EEA countries. This includes Polish migrants who are considering a return to Poland.

Additionally the online job day aims at helping in contact between Polish employers and jobseekers from EU/EEA states, spreading information about living and working conditions in Poland, and safety issues when looking for a job abroad.  

This event is focused on those sectors in which Polish employers have reported an interest in finding EU/EEA citizens. These include IT, helpdesk, accounting and finances, call centre staff, online customer service, marketing and sales, BPO (business processes outsourcing).

Are you a Polish employer who is looking for workers from EU/EEA countries?

This will be a fantastic opportunity to promote your job vacancies across the whole of Europe. Taking part in Work@PL means thatyour company has the chance to register an exhibitor account, manage job advertisements and conduct private online chats with candidates on the day itself. Thanks to your participation you’ll be able to contact a wide range of job seekers with various language competences and qualifications, allowing you to find the workers you’re looking for.

Deadline for registration of Polish employers for this event is 8 October 2018.

Are you looking for work in Poland?

Follow the Work@PL profile early, to access information about employers and search for interesting job advertisements. In order to apply for vacant positions you will need to register your account as a jobseeker prior to the event itself. On 10th October, 2018 you’ll then have the opportunity to communicate with exhibitors via individual online chats and to listen to presentations about living and working conditions in Poland accompanied by public online chats.


The event is organised by Voivodeship Labour Offices in Warsaw, Katowice and Gdańsk.