Poland is one of the three most competitive markets for the IT industry in Central and Eastern Europe, reveals an Emerging Europe report.
Poland has the largest digital economy in Central and Eastern Europe, worth an estimated EUR 44 billion in 2021, according to a new report published on Wednesday.
Poland has demanded the EU to impose stricter sanctions on Russia, to embrace gas, crude oil, banks, services, IT and overland/maritime transport, according to a PAP source.
The 500 sq/m office in Wrocław has earned plaudits for capturing the spirit of the city whilst simultaneously breaking down concepts of hierarchy to instead place an emphasis on teamwork, creativity and the open exchange of ideas.
Poland’s anti-monopoly office, UOKiK, has opened an investigation into tenders for the supply and implementation of IT services used by the national health service, the organisation confirmed on Wednesday.
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Polish employers are still hiring and have also learnt to adapt to the pandemic business environment, employment industry experts have told PAP.
Praised as one of the most innovative projects in Poland by the Ministry of Development, the program seeks to develop the skills of those with autism and guide them into employment.
IT professionals have always been among the most sought-after workers in Poland, but the coronavirus pandemic has boosted their ratings even more, a report by employment consultancy Manpower Group has found.
Kraków has become a key location for global companies who are attracted by the existing ‘robust’ tech ecosystem and the large talent pool of close to 50,000 IT specialists.