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cam   14 Sep 2007 /  #1

I am looking for Polish recruitment agencies in London that help Polish people get jobs when they get to UK.

Is there any specific offices that help people get jobs?

Is there any places that help with Polish people coming to be a student in London?

please email me any advice.


thank you.

hello Activity: 25 / 913
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  18 Sep 2007 /  #2
Many of them. Just type in "agencja pracy londyn" or "praca londyn" in a search engine.

Ravenheart Activity: - / 1
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  9 Oct 2007 /  #3
If you are interested in construction work and you need SCSC card, I can help you with that, just email me with your questions and I will advice on that.



Michal Activity: - / 1,871
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  14 Oct 2007 /  #4
polish people can find work anywhere and they are not limited to only specific Polish agencies but people need to beware as they can be exploited. We have had a Polish man working with us for six weeks and his English is very poor. He was telling me that the agency has not paid him for a couple of weeks when he was working in June! He is still waiting now and has to go back to the agency with his son who speaks good English to try and sort things out. He drives to work using his own car and takes other members of the agency with him to work. He was promised petrol money in lue and it has been invariably unpaid, so watch out where you work and for whom. You need to get your hours written down and keep a copy of all your transaction as after a couple of months it is difficult to remember what and where you were working.

Puzzler Activity: 9 / 1,093
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  14 Oct 2007 /  #5
Wow, and here the piggy muckal is pretending to be concerned about the eploitation of Polish agency workers! Oink, oink, pig. What else will the hog make up in its made-of-muck brain?

Michal Activity: - / 1,871
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  14 Oct 2007 /  #6
Any worker working for an agency who is not guaranteed hours or stability of employment is open to exploitation. This is especially true for the new wave of unskilled workers with very limited language skills. It was not my problem as such but it was this Pole who told me how he was not being paid for his work and was given a long list of broken promises and petrol allowances that never arrived. If he did two weeks work in June, it is reasonable to expect payment by now-it is now mid October!

johan123 Activity: 1 / 229
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  14 Oct 2007 /  #7
Stop stiring the pot Mike! Besides you need to focus more on your studies rather than the forum.

Michal Activity: - / 1,871
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  14 Oct 2007 /  #8
I was not 'stirring the pot' as you put it. It was this Pole by the name of Andrzej, who was an electitian for twenty years who has not been paid for a lot of his work and I am simply relaying these concerns to others so that they list down carefully their worked hours so as not to fall in to the same trap.

butcherswanted Activity: - / 1
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  21 Nov 2007 /  #9
Hi, If you know any butchers in poland or are here in the uk already looking for long term well paid work get in touch

ledabs   26 Jan 2008 /  #10
I am interested in finding out if there polish people willing to come to Australia to work. I owna small glass company, and we need people who are skilled in all different different aspects of glass production, processing and especially installation.

I can be contacted on

Phone +61 8 9344 3311 (GMT+9)
Fax +61 8 9344 3322
Email abstractions@amnet.net.au


Paul Totten
All Glass Abstractions

postie Activity: 7 / 112
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  26 Jan 2008 /  #11
I am interested in finding out if there polish people willing to come to Australia to work.

What's the wages? ;)

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