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From a vacancy, to finished product.

Finding and recruiting an employee from a foreign country by an entrepreneur who wants to provide stability for their business is just the beginning. The recruitment process itself is currently only the tip of the immigration process iceberg. Foreigners who wish to immigrate to Poland in order to provide better life for themselves and their families at home, as well as their future employers must prepare for a lengthy and often complicated bureaucratic process through the Polish immigration system.

 

AuRoom offers services for clients who want to employ citizens of other countries on their own , but often lack time, experience, essential knowledge or human resources to properly navigate through the process. AuRoom will help you navigate this procedure, prepare and provide essential documentation and maximize the employee's chance to obtain the proper work permit and Polish national viza, that allows for legal employment in Europe.

AuRoom's core business involves the following services.

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PROCESS OUTSOURCING

​Process outsourcing consists in delegating (outsourcing) employees by an external company such as AuRoom to perform specific tasks for a client. As part of the outsourcing service, workers are employed directly by AuRoom under a contract of mandate or employment contract, but perform tasks at client's facilities. AuRoom is responsible for the following employment aspects.

Recruitment
Work time evidence
Insurance
Selection
Work management
Social + taxes
Salary management
Work clothing
Safety + training
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TEMPORARY WORKERS

Temporary work service means that employees are employed by a temporary employment agency, in this case by AuRoom. and are made available to clients for a specified period of time, for the purposes of carrying out projects and tasks managed and controlled by a client in their facility. Temporary workers work on the basis of temporary employment contract or contract of mandate, which specifies the duration of employment and remuneration. AuRoom is responsible for the following employment aspects.

Recruitment
Work time evidence
Insurance
Selection
Work management
Social + taxes
Salary management
Work clothing
Safety + training
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RECRUITMENT + HEAD HUNTING

AuRoom carries out the recruitment and selection process carefully and comprehensively. Starting from searching for candidates, through conducting job interviews, assistance in completing official and emigration formalities, to checking skills. Thanks to our extensive and daily expanding database of candidates, we search for the right people who meet the requirements in terms of availability, skills and predispositions for a given job position. We work with both candidates for entry-level positions and professionals.

Recruitment
Recruitment process conducted by a professional head-hunting team
30-day guarantee for the employed person before fee payment
Access to candidates from many regions of the world
Providing 100% of demand within 60 days of receiving the order
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IMMIGRATION + ADMINISTRATION

Finding the right employee from a foreign country is only the beginning of a long journey for every entrepreneur who wants to ensure stability of his company by securing reliable workforce. Recruitment alone is often only the tip of the iceberg of the emigration process for a foreigner willing to work in Europe. AuRoom offers a consulting service for clients who want to take care of the recruitment and employment of foreigners in-house, but lack experience, time or appropriate knowledge to do it successfully. AuRoom will help you navigate through this process, correctly file necessary documentation and maximize the chances of your candidates to receive work visa. 

Type A work pertmit
Type S work pertmit
Viza documentation
TRC
Appeal letters
Government relations
Drivers license transfer
Obtaining bank account
Obtaining ID number
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Immigation + Adminstration
Process outsourcing
temporary workers
Recruitment

Frequently asked Questions

  • How can I apply for work in Central Europe?
    By visiting our website, you've already made the first step! Now, you can fill out the application form, by following this link. Once that's done, our recruiter will contact you in order to set up a recruitment meeting face-to-face or via video chat.
  • What documents do I need in order to apply?
    For the innitial recruitment meeting, all you need is your CV and references (if you have any), and your passport, without which we will not be able to apply for your work permit in case you turn out to be the right candidate. If the recruiter is certain that you are a good canddiate, we will begin the work permit aplication process immediately.
  • Who is an agent and what do they do?
    An agent is the employee of the agency, who will be your point of contact after your arrival in Europe. The agent will pick you up from the airport, transport you to the work place, help you with all arrangements such as food, internet access, accomodation, etc. The agent is also your main point of contact throughout your entire stay in Europe - he or she will help you with anything you might need.
  • Who is a recruiter and what do they do?
    The recruiter is your first point of contact, who will meet with you and talk about your opportunities. A recruiter will then assess whether you are a suitable candidate for any of the job openings in Europe available at the moment. Recruiter's main duty is to guide the chosen candidates through the application process, provide the candidates with the work permit and necessary documents for the visa apointment, prepare the candidates for a visa appointment in the consulate, book their flights and prepare all other formalities before their journey.
  • Who will be my employer?
    The agency is your employer. AuRoom Staffing Solutions based in Europe, will be your employer, who pays your monthly salary, taxes and social insurance. Before your departure, you will receive a copy of the work contract you will sign upon arrival in Europe, so you will be certain of who exactly their employer is, what salary they will earn and what are their work duties.
  • How much money can I earn once I get the job?
    Most entry-level positions for candidates from Hong Kong can earn from 750 USD to 1,250 USD per month (after deduction of the mandatory taxes and social insurance costs).
  • How often is the payday?
    Salary is distributed each month (usually on the 15th day of the month, for the month before).
  • How do I get paid?
    Most employees choose to be pain in cash in the local currency. However, if you choose your sallary to be distributed to your bank account once you get one in europe, your sallary will be paid to this bank account. Moreover, employees often choose to have their money to be send to a foreign bank account, which is also an option we provide.
  • Can I send money I earn to my family abroad?
    Yes, your salary can be transferred to a bank account in another country. All you have to do is tell us what portion of your salary you wish to be sent to the bank account in another country.
  • How long is the workday?
    Depanding on the work position you will be hired for, a typical shift is 8-10 hours, with some instances of 12 hours (if you are hired as a seasonal worker). In some jobs employees are paid on the piece-work basis.
  • What’s the difference between hourly and piece work systems?
    While working on hourly-work basis, employees are paid for each hour of work for performing their duties. While working in a piece-work system, employees are paid per each unit of executed duties. For example, while sorting vegetables an employee will be paid certain amount of money for each kilogram of sorted vegetables. Piece-work can be more financially beneficial for fast working employees.
  • Is there overtime salary if I work more than 8 hours?
    In general, no. Employees are paid the same amount of money for each hour they work, regardless of the amount of hours they work each day. Some job positions allow for overtime, however these are job positions our employees are hired for after at least 6 months of stay in Europe.
  • Where will I live after the arrival to Poland?
    It depends on the job you are hired for. AuRoom has clients all over Europe, therefore there is no straight-forward answer to this question. In principal, we provide free or very cheap accomodation for all employees, which is located near the workplace. It can be a hotel where other employees stay, or a rental apartment, where you will also live with your work colleagues.
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    Here is a short list of essentials: Work clothes (bring comfortable clothes, such as dress pants, sweatshirt, jacket, sneakers, a hat etc.) All neccessary cosmetics At least 300 USD (or 250 EUR) for your life expenses during the first month before you Receive your first salary A smartphone Medicine such as pain relievers, etc. (or specific medicine you can only get in your home country). You can also purchase all kinds of medicine and vitamins in Europe A UK to EU (European) plug-in converter.
  • Who pays for my accommodation?
    In most instances, the accomodation is provided by AuRoom. However, some jobs require an accomodation fee of 50-100 USD/month (these are better paying jobs usually in major cities, so you will earn enough money to pay for it and not feel the cost).
  • Who pays for my food?
    Cost of food is always the responsibility of the employee. Food in countries like Poland is much cheaper than in Hong Kong - usually half the price or more.
  • Will I have health insurance?
    Yes. AuRoom is required to register all employees in the country's social health insurance system (paid for along with your income taxes). You will have access to the public health system, so you can go to the doctor, dentist, dermatologist, the hospital or call for an ambulance at no cost.
  • Will I have access to the doctor?
    Yes. Your social health insurance provides you with public healthcare system access at no additional cost.
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  • Is life in Poland expensive?
    Life in Poland is much cheaper than life in Hong Kong or other Western-European countries. An average monthly cost of food and other essentials for one person is about 250 USD.
  • Can Polish people speak English?
    Yes, most Polish citizens can speak English on at least communicative level. Our employees and agents (your point of contact) speak fluent English. Your work supervisors will also speak English.
  • How many foreign workers hired by AuRoom are there already in Poland?
    Right now (as of 01.10.2021), there are about 60 foreign workers in Poland. We hire 3-6 new candidates every week. Don't worry, you will not be alone!
  • How long can I stay in Poland?
    Depending on the job you are hired for, your visa will allow you to stay in Europe for 3-9 months in the beginning. Some job positions will allow for a 1-3 years stay right away. If you prove to be a good worker and wish to extend your stay, AuRoom will make the adequate arrangements to extend your work permit. In some cases, we will help you apply for a Temporary Resident Card, which allows for a prolonged stay and ability to travel across Europe.
  • What is the weather like in Poland?
    Poland has four seasons - spring, summer, fall and winter. Temperatures vary from -10C to +30C. It snows from December to February. It is best to be prepared for any kind of weather.
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  • How is the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Poland?
    Although it's a very subjective statement, the COVID-19 situation in Poland is not severe. More details, including daily number of cases, can be found here (statistics by worldometers.info).
  • Do I have to quarantine after my arrival in Poland?
    Persons vaccinated against COVID-19 are exempt from quarantine. This applies to persons who have a certificate of vaccination with a vaccine which has been granted a marketing authorisation within the European Union. Full vaccination is recognised 14 days after completion of the vaccination process. You can find the list of authorised vaccines here. More information about quarantine exemptions and COVID-19 rules in general can be found here.
  • What if I'm not vaccinated and I haven't recovered from COVID-19?
    In that case, make sure to notify us. Travellers who aren't vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19, regardless of their means of transport (collective or individual, including crossing the border on foot), are subject to a 10-day entry quarantine. Travellers subjected to quarantine in Poland will be able, not earlier than on the 8th day counting from the day following the date on which the border was crossed, to undergo a test, with negative result meaning exemption from the quarantine. You can find more information here.
  • Do I have to register somewhere before my flight to Poland?
    From July 17th onwards, any person who crosses the state border of the Republic of Poland by plane is obliged to fill in, prior to check-in, a Passenger Locator Form, either electronically or, if that’s not possible, on paper using the form provided by the on-board staff.
  • What are the current COVID-19 restrictions in Poland?
    Covering the mouth and nose in public spaces is obligatory throughout the entire country. It is mandatory to cover your mouth and nose in such places as: in buses, trams and trains, in shops, malls, banks, markets and post offices in cinemas and theatres, at physician’s offices, in outpatient clinics and hospitals, in massage and tattoo parlours in churches, at schools and universities, In government offices (when going there to take care of certain matters) and other civic centres. Where is it not mandatory to cover your mouth and nose? In forests, parks, green squares, botanical gardens, historic gardens, family community gardens and on beaches as well as while travelling by private car. More information can be found here.
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