Little did Louise Allen think in 1998 that she would be celebrating her 21st year in business in 2019. 21 years is by no means an average accomplishment especially working in a business that deals with employment. These 21 years has seen some significant cyclical recessions as well as booming employment demand. Looking back on
From 2008 onwards, Poland seen a high rate of immigration to other European countries. An educated workforce found it difficult to secure work in Poland, therefore, headed to other EU cities to gain their employment experience. One European country, which seen an influx of Polish nationals over the last number of years was the UK.
Over the last 25 years the Polish economy doubled in size, with Poland in the top three fastest-growing economies in Europe, post-recession. The Polish employee rate currently stand at 66.2%, and continues to rise each year, highlighting a positive outlook on the countries overall jobs market. So, with their economy on the way up, what else