in the Hotel Tychy building in Jana Pawła II 10 street. We are committed to the highest standards of business ethics. The company’s strength consists in matching a job offer with the Client’s needs and requests – all commissions are treated individually.
We operate mostly in the Upper Silesian metropolitan area, but in particular cases we manage recruitment across Poland.
Our company’s philosophy is built on the three basic principles that guide our actions and decisions:
professionalism – we use only proven methods. We do not assume an obligation, unless we are capable of fulfilling it.
communication – our employees remain at the disposal of our Clients and provide them with current information on the latest offers and the progress of the recruitment process.
time – we are aware that time is the key to succeeding in business ventures, therefore we know how to manage time responsibly and effectively so as to achieve our goals as soon as possible.
We pay special attention to the high quality of our services, which are rendered in compliance with all the applicable state laws and regulations governing our business.
Job4You is a qualified team of committed people who work with passion and for whom each Client is a new challenge!
We invite all people interested to check out our offer. If you are looking for advice, we are ready to help. Contact us, if you need professional support in employment matters!!!
An entity entrusting work performance to a foreigner, i.e. an organisational entity, even if it does not have a legal personality, or a natural person that entrusts a foreigner with work performance based on a contract or other employment relationship
A work permit is required when a foreigner:
Temporary employment consists in recruiting, selecting, and employing temporary workers and delegating them to work in your company.
Benefits of temporary employment:
variable costs instead of fixed personal costs
a form of employment suited to your company’s current needs
There are different types of employment available:
– contract of employment (an employee undertakes to perform work of a specified kind, in a specified place, and in a specified period of time, whereas an employer undertakes to pay remuneration to the employee)
– temporary job (an employment relationship where performing tasks of seasonal and ad hoc nature for the benefit of the employer is limited to a period of time not longer than indicated in the contract)
– casual work (an employment relationship which is considered non-permanent and typically part-time. Casual work is similar to seasonal employment, but it applies to virtually all kinds of performed tasks)
– traineeship (a period of service as an unemployed individual learns the practical skills needed for a particular job by performing work in the workplace, but without entering into an employment relationship)