/ Polish Thoughts on Britain and the British
This area has a lot of free courses to match the high number of migrants.They are all free
and our run by the local colleges.I have arranged for several Polish people to attend them and they were very happy with the course.Good employers can have the tutors come to the workplace when they have large numbers and a suitable training room.The firm I contract to did that-again free. You can even do a free IT course in MK which is done on a casual drop in basis.If you look for whats on offer you'll see that GB is bending over backwards to help people increase their skills.
I knew many people.Brits,italians,spaniards,yanks,belgians e.t.c they were mainly in business or teaching and they all spoke polish to some extent.True they werent all fluent but they could get on with what they knew and would only get better with time.
Poland is a very difficult place to be if you dont understand a word.If you live in a student town or a tourist area you may have a chance of speaking only english,but try for yourself one day to cope a whole day in say..Krakow on english alone and then imagine everyday like it.Most people dont expect fluent English or even good
english.They do expect to see effort
and They will do the rest
in order to make the conversation work.
It does but that doesnt mean you can take a pay drop to go to it.Your mortgage was arranged at the earnings you had when you started it.If your pay drops or stops rising(effectiverly a drop) you will find yourself struggling.If your firm always paid above the minimum but now doesnt because it has lots of poles you're entitled to be annoyed I think.
They may be earning more because when you're here alone all you can do is work.When you have children and a partner to entertain you are less available.I earned much much more before my family came here to join me.Dont twist the facts unless you've thought about it.
and the migrants are not more reliable and hard working,their just easier to take advantage of because of their social and financial circumstances.Not many people could keep up with me and i aint a pole.