TIMATE has decided to develop the Ukrainian language version of its system to help Polish enterprises in the induction of employees from Ukraine and to help employees themselves adapt to new conditions. A pilot program that will test the new functionality of the system is now starting.
According to rough estimates, Poland has already welcomed one million people from war-ravaged Ukraine. The Polish government has decided to open the employment market for Ukrainians. Relevant regulations are being prepared.
Enterprises will also need to adjust to these changes. To facilitate communication with employees from Ukraine and to support the process of induction, TIMATE has decided to develop the Ukrainian version of its system for managing people and processes. As a result, employees (particularly blue-collar workers in large enterprises) who speak Ukrainian only will be able to get clear information about their working time, safety at work, tasks to be performed and assessment of their work. Employers will also be able to use the TIMATE cards in order to send short text messages.
We are hoping that we will make it easier for employees from Ukraine to adapt. We will help them acclimatize and learn new duties as well as get access to information, including the daily assessment of their work. Even if they do not speak Polish or English, they will be able to find out how their work is perceived, if anything needs to be improved, which tasks they are assigned to each day, how much time they have worked and what is their leave entitlement. They will receive clear and concise safety alerts as well as any messages and reminders about the requirements to use personal protective equipment. This will make new team members feel safer and, in consequence, they will find their feet much quicker, says Sebastian Młodziński, TIMATE’s CEO. At the same time, entrepreneurs will get a tool that will help them communicate effectively with people from Ukraine.
The Ukrainian version of the system is ready to be tested.
We are inviting companies interested in implementing the system with the Ukrainian language option to take part in our pilot program which will allows to test the new functionality. This particular version of the system is available on preferential terms. Our goal is to help as many companies employing Ukrainians as we possibly can, adds Sebastian Młodziński.
Companies can enrol for the pilot program by completing the contact form on TIMATE’s website.