President signs bill that will aid refugees looking for employment

The system will create a database of candidates seeking employment in Poland so they can find job offers that best suit their qualifications. Lech Muszyński/PAP

Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has signed into law legislation making it easier for Ukrainian refugees to find work in Poland.

The legislation provides for the creation and operation of an information and communication technologies (ICT) system that will help facilitate contact between employers and Ukrainian citizens seeking employment.

The system will create a database of candidates seeking employment in Poland so they can find job offers that best suit their qualifications.

To do this, it will integrate information on job offers with the work experience of candidates.

Ukrainian citizens who meet the conditions specified in the legislation will be able to use the system online or through the use of a mobile application.