The largest number of foreigners working in Poland are Ukrainians, the family and social policy minister told PAP on Wednesday.
The minimum wage will increase in Poland next year as the country struggles with inflation and difficult economic situation caused by Russia's war on Ukraine, officials have confirmed.
The Polish government will spend 275 percent more on social policy in 2023 compared to 2015, a government official has said.
Poland has abolished simplified procedures for Russian citizens seeking access to its labour market amid the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine and a risk of increasing migration from Russia, family and social policy minister has announced.
Next year's indexation of Polish old-age and disability pensions will cost the budget PLN 42 billion (EUR 8.77 billion), the family and social policy minister has told PAP.
UNICEF will contribute USD 20 million (PLN 100 million) to Poland’s 500+ child support programme to help Ukrainian refugee children.
Marlena Malag, the family and social policy minister, said on Tuesday that the government wants to permanently add remote working to the Labour Code in order to make it easier for people to work from home.
Poland had readied itself to cope with a fresh wave of Ukrainian war refugees, a government minister said on Tuesday.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has vowed that Poland will never recognise Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian territory.
Poland's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged from the previous month at 2.6 percent in August 2022, Eurostat, the EU's statistical office, reported on Friday.