As a result of the digitisation process, 87 percent of Polish companies want to maintain or increase their staff levels over the next two years while only 7 percent want to cut jobs, a report by workforce services provider ManpowerGroup shows.
A pop-up museum inside a bunker at the Heineken Open’er Music Festival; a so-called ‘UFO Chicken Coop’ at the Saint Louis Science Center; and a temporary ‘Polish Refuge’ on a Brazilian terraced rooftop - all play a role in Jakub Szczęsny’s portfolio which is as diverse as it is adventurous.
One of Warsaw’s leading and pioneering restauranteurs, Pawełek has much to say about the Polish food scene and how to carve out success in the restaurant business.
Poland had 4,987 electric passenger cars and 646 charging stations at the end of March, the newly-launched Electric Mobility Counter has shown.
An environmental scourge, plastic bags pollute the oceans and litter streets and the countryside and, as a consequence, plans are afoot to limit their use.
Warta’s Virtual Assistant has been busy: it has already dealt with customers in over 2,000 cases and currently handles around 10 percent of conversations on the helpline, according to the company.
The country’s main mobile operators, including Play, T-Mobile Polska and Orange, already use Huawei equipment. It is feared that banning Huawei would push up prices and slow down efforts to introduce new technologies.
A 74-metre-long surveillance ship for the Royal Swedish Navy was launched on Wednesday in Gdynia, northern Poland. The ship was built jointly by two Polish shipyards Nauta and Gdynia-based Stocznia Wojenna (Naval Yard).
In an optimistic scenario, Poland will become a member of the G20 group in 2029, the Polish Economic Institute wrote in a report.
Poland's average corporate gross wage rose by 5.7 percent year on year to PLN 5,164.53 (EUR 1208.50) in March. In monthly terms, the wage grew by 4.3 percent, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced on Wednesday.