Labor migration to the EU was a recurring theme at the Ukrainian ID forum last weekend in Kaniv
Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Labor migration to the EU was a recurring theme at the Ukrainian ID forum last weekend in Kaniv

Labor migration to the EU was a recurring theme at the Ukrainian ID forum last weekend in Kaniv. “In last year, 10 of my friends and colleagues – people close to me left for Czech, Poland, Canada,” said Anatolii Amelyn, co-founder of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future. “It is very painful when people l who know for decades leave…Look at Israel, they are at the war all the time, but they are developing their economy. People are moving there.” Gennadiy Chyzhykov, president of the Ukraine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, predicts that competition over labor will prompt Ukrainian employers to treat employees better.Due to people leaving, we are finally starting to treat our people as we need to,” he said. “We need to recognize the wealth of our country is our people.”

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