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Advertising for Electricians in Poland to work in the UK


powerplus  
7 Aug 2007 /  #1
Hi

I work for a large UK electrical testing company, and we currently wish to advertise for Electricians in Poland for work available within the UK, we intent to visit Poland and have an open for people interested in the vacancies.

DOes anyone know the best Newspaper in Poland in which to advertise the vacancy.

Thanks

Tracey
witek7205 1 | 65  
7 Aug 2007 /  #2
Gazeta Wyborcza: gazeta.pl
Rzeczpospolita: rp.pl

And don't put it as advertisement. Nobody reads those pages with ads.
Just put is as regular article with leader on a first page.

depending on city
you can also put ads in local newspaper or better local TV.

look also here: praca.gov.pl

it is government department (urzad pracy) which advertises offers from abroad
You can also find local offices

just type in google: urząd pracy (and name of city)

like urząd pracy warszawa: up.warszawa.pl
urząd pracy kraków: wup-krakow.pl
Zeze  
7 Aug 2007 /  #3
we need them
here !!!
witek7205 1 | 65  
7 Aug 2007 /  #4
I know.
They also post and help to recruit people for work abroad.
clunkshift 2 | 82  
7 Aug 2007 /  #5
If they wait a few months, they can work in Radomsko and it will save the bother of emigrating or gaining British EIC certification:

Indesit Company SpA is set to invest €80 million in building a factory in Poland. The plant in the central city of Radomsko should be operational in 2008. The facility is to be built in a special economic development zone, where investors gets tax breaks. Indesit, which expects to employ 1,500 people at the new site, will also receive PLN 11.5 million in public funds destined to help job-creation in Poland. The Italian group has already invested €120 million in Poland, where it owns two plants producing refrigerators and cookers in the central city of Lodz.

Michal - | 1,865  
7 Aug 2007 /  #6
f they wait a few months, they can work in Radomsko and it wi

I know Radomsko very well. My wife went to school in Radomsko and much later on of the Polish painters who painted our building in Hampshire came from Radomsko, in fact his wife went to the same school as my wife did but in different years. Whilst we were there last time, we went to the cemetery (the new one), and there lies the remains of one of the London underground train bomb victims who was recognized through her D.N.A..

we need them
here !!!

you want to be very careful about who you take on. We had a Polish electrician who nearly burnt down our house! In fact, after he finished his 'work', we had to employ a neighbour who is a qualified electrician to completely rewire the garage. In a word, it was a total mess!
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
7 Aug 2007 /  #7
re: We had a Polish electrician who nearly burnt down our house

- It's so strangely happens that whenever you allegedly are in touch with the Polish people and Poland, then it's all bad, extremely negative, evil, inadequate. But when numerous people - unlike you trueblue Brits - are in touch with the Poles, then their experiences are overall positive. I wonder why it's so?

I think you are lying about the Polish electrician who allegedly burnt down your house. (Regarding your intellectual capability, I doubt it if you own a house.)

Mind you, because of such hate-spreading creeps as you some rabble in Britain insults and attacks the Poles.

Such as you rabble-rousers are actually worse than the rabble itself.

What do you think, will we ever forget and forgive to the hate-mongers like you?
:)
witek7205 1 | 65  
7 Aug 2007 /  #8
we had to employ a neighbour who is a qualified electrician

You should hire qualified electrician from the beginning, not just people who says that they are electricians. It would save you a lot of money.

- It's so strangely happens that whenever you allegedly are in touch with the Polish people and Poland, then it's all bad, extremely negative, evil, inadequate. But when numerous people - unlike you trueblue Brits - are in touch with the Poles, then their experiences are overall positive. I wonder why it's so?

It is a problem of many Polish people who never were abroad or who are frustrated.
They don't accept themself and everything around them is bad, and everything abroad is perfect.

Just make a correction to everything they say or they write.
Read polish newspaper. Whatever is written there is written to show how wrong something was done. So people who read those, think that polish world is really so bad, because if it was written so in newspaper it must be true.

That thinking comes from old times when the only available newspaper always was showing "true" about wrong western imperial world.
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
7 Aug 2007 /  #9
re: It is a problem of many Polish people who nev [...] That thinking comes from old times

- Witek from USA, what on earth are you talking of?

Maybe it's your own 'thinking' that 'comes from old times,' witek?

To be sure, I don't mean you're another wittgenstein, witek.
:)
Michal - | 1,865  
8 Aug 2007 /  #10
You should hire qualified electrician from the beginning, not just people who says that they are electricians. It

It was not actually me who engaged him. They came to build a down stairs toilet and between them they did a good job. I imagine that later when asked if they can do something else, the thought of easy money tells them that if they simply try they will be able to. There isa Polish expression about having a 'zlota reka' and sometimes they take the meaning too far. I am sure that it happens everywhere all of the time that people when asked say that they can do something when money is involved-it is only later, that you see the results of the work!
Tony Higgins - | 1  
4 Feb 2008 /  #12
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does anyone know how an english electrician can work in Poland??? I have a partner from Wroclaw and shes teaching me the language. Any idea on what sparks can earn and do they have a sub-contractor system like in england??? being close to Germany and central to the rest of Europe i'd like to work around a bit but base myself in Poland.

BTW - Michal
why didn't you just hire your neighbour in the first place. If he's your neighbour you'll most likely be friends. He wouldn't have 'FIXED' your wiring if you weren't friends. And being friends, he would have done it cheap for you as i do for my friends, neighbours and even my landlord. but you must be either so tight that you thought you'd pay somone who offered to it for peanuts and therefore you get what you pay for. OR the polish electrician doesn't even exist and your talking out your back side. I agree with puzzler. why don't people stop bad mouthing the Polish and either visit the country or talk to them at work instead of slagging them off. You'd discover they are so friendly, hard working and that someone doesn't have to be Polish to be a bad electrician
Mister H 11 | 761  
15 Feb 2008 /  #13
I agree with you Tony, however, I would tend to assume that someone hiring migrant workers is doing so to get cheap labour.

Therefore a firm of electricians who is hiring on the cheap isn't exactly going to be that bothered about their qualifications are they ?

There is good and bad in any industry, however, it's a bit of a kick in the spuds to British electricians who want the work to be passed over in favour of a cheaper foreign alternative.

Powerplus should be offering her jobs to the electricians who already live in Britain first.
isthatu 3 | 1,164  
15 Feb 2008 /  #14
Powerplus should be offering her jobs to the electricians who already live in Britain first.

Or taking on apprentices that might actually still be in this country in 5 years time,cheap tight barsterds.

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