I am South African married to a EEA national ( Polish ) we are living in Poland
Hitman04's wife is clearly an EEA national and can therefore come to the UK to look for work. There is unlikely to be any checks at the airport.
Once in the UK, she has six months to begin to exercise treaty rights i.e find a job (or evidence that actively trying).
Hitman04's wife will need to register as an A8 national as she is Polish.
If Hitman is a Polish citizen he can enter on the same terms as his wife i.e to look for work.
If he is a resident and not a citizen, he will need the EEA family permit. He can apply on the basis that his wife is coming to look for work and he qualifies as a family member who has lived with her in Poland and will be doing so in the UK. Clearly as his wife is going to be looking for work, they need to show that they have sufficient funds to live while she they seek employment.
If they do not have the funds, best for her to enter prior to Hitman04 and for Hitman04 to follow once she has found employment. At this point provided that the marriage is genuine, there is evidence that you are married and have been living together, Hitman will be entitled to the family pemit. Once Hitman04 is in the UK, he will need to apply for a residence permit. He can start working as soon as he enters the UK.
Re some of the comments - it is immaterial that a 'British' person's spouse was turned down for an EEA fam permit....the 'British' person's spouse will not qualify to apply under EEA law, therefore must apply under national law.
SAY NO TO RACISM - we are all human, blood, sweat and tears etc...does it matter than some of us is pigment deficient and vice versa - it is sad that some people still think the colour of their skin or the country in which they were born makes them superior, GET OVER YOURSELVES.