200 UKRAINIANS WERE ILLEGALLY EMPLOYED IN THE POMERANIAN VOIVODESHIP.
Polish employers illegally employed 195 citizens of Ukraine. It is reported by Upmp.news with the reference to Polish Radio.
Polish border guards from the city of Ustka of the Pomeranian Voivodship checked the activities of two companies engaged in the employment of foreigners in the region.
The border guards checked the legality of the employment of 317 foreigners and found 207 foreigners (195 from Ukraine and 12 from Georgia) illegally working in Poland.
The firms hired workers with the violation of the terms stated in the applications for the assignment of work to a foreigner, as well as without written contracts and work permits.
Foreigners worked at several dozen of firms in the Pomeranian and Western Pomeranian Voivodeships. They were mainly hired by fish processing enterprises and industrial productions. According to the border guards, the documentation were misfiled and contained a lot of shortcomings and errors. They suspect that foreign workers could have bene misleaded and thus forced to work illegally.
Employers face a fine of up to 10,000 zlotys.
From the beginning of 2017, officers of the Maritime Division of the Border Guard Service of Poland conducted 535 inspections, detecting cases of illegal employment of 2,707 foreigners.