Half of businesses in Poland employ Ukrainian workers, up significantly from last year, a new survey has shown. It also found that Ukrainians are increasingly occupying higher-level positions in the Polish labor market. The study, carried out by HR consultancy Personnel Service, found that 49% of the firms it surveyed had at least one Ukrainian employee, compared to 34% a year earlier. Over that period, Poland’s Ukrainian community -- already the country’s largest immigrant group -- has roughly doubled in size. People of working age who found refuge in Poland after the outbreak of war and wanted to work found their way into the labor market without any problems,” says Krzysztof Inglot, Personnel Service’s founder.