The family and labor department is at the stage of preliminary talks with the Ministry of the Philippines regarding the signing of a bilateral agreement on the employment of employees.
We are at the stage of preliminary talks with the Ministry of the Philippines about signing a bilateral contract for employing employees, but there is not enough agreement so far that we can present them. (…) The Philippines government is open to cooperation – the deputy minister said during a press conference.
He stressed that the Filipino site wants people who would come to Poland to be guaranteed a job and a flat. He pointed out that employees from this country could take care of the elderly in Poland. The minister said that the employer’s government was encouraging talks with the Filipino and Vietnamese parties.
The deputy head of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy emphasized that there is no “proposal” to expand the catalog of countries that could benefit from the simplified procedure of access to the labor market in Poland. It’s about declarations of intention to entrust work. Currently, citizens of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine can benefit from this procedure.