Getting a job abroad, it is important to find an honest broker with a good reputation. So that people understand that sign and on what conditions it works. Photo: 1News
The Czech government announced the extension more than doubled to almost 20 thousand workers of quotas for foreigners. In addition, Czech Republic has simplified the employment process and issuance of visas to Ukrainian labour migrants.
The Czech authorities trying to attract more builders, technicians, farmers, Industrialists and even it specialists. So, in job search sites post monthly about 300 jobs from the Czech employers and intermediaries. Often a vacancy and hire a few employees, writes ubr.ua.
“In Ukraine trade long been suffocating from lack of skilled workers who go abroad. Builders also complain of a shortage of specialists. Fitters, plasterers, bricklayers, concrete workers is a headache for employers. Ukrainian it-industry, which in 2018 will increase by another 30%, to give their Profi foreign employers is clearly not intended,” commented an HR expert website rabota.ua Tatyana Pashkina.
The only chance to keep specialists in Ukraine – to raise wages.
“Wages in the Czech Republic for laborers ranges from 75 to 100 CZK (about 130 UAH). Turners, fitters, smelters, builders, farmers get 120-170 euros (about 220 UAH) per hour. It would be wise to go on increasing salaries for people employed in agriculture. As in Ukraine, the potential is much higher than in most European countries, and the economic effect of such events could be significant”, – said the Director of the Agency for employment abroad Travel Service Anastasia Nedbaylo.
Getting a job abroad, it is important to find an honest broker with a good reputation. So that people understand that sign and on what conditions it works.
“The brokers who offer attractive conditions “for bezveze”for the services take from 100 to 350 euros. Often they disappear immediately after receiving the money. Then the person is deported for illegal work, not paid a salary. Work legally in the Czech Republic “on the biometric passports” no,” warned Anastasia Nedbaylo.
According to the study of Kiev international Institute of sociology, 31.6% of Ukrainians want to live in a more comfortable environment. And 9.4% are unable to realize themselves professionally in Ukraine. 45,2% ready to go abroad in order to get more money.