Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party will continue to protect workers' rights and the changes introduced by the government, regardless of developments following PiS losing its majority in parliament after Sunday's election.
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Foreigners working on the construction of the Olefiny III complex at the petroleum company PKN Orlen's plant in Plock central Poland are not illegal immigrants but contract workers, their employer has said.
About 90 percent of Ukrainians working in Poland are satisfied with their jobs with only 10 percent of them looking for a new employer, a survey has shown.
Increasing numbers of women have jobs involving manual labour in Poland owing to the influx of refugees from Ukraine, an employment agency has told PAP.
The largest number of foreigners working in Poland are Ukrainians, the family and social policy minister told PAP on Wednesday.
A third of Polish essential workers plan to leave or are undecided about staying in the UK because of such factors as discrimination at work and feeling unwelcome following Brexit and Covid-19 epidemic, a survey carried out by UK academics has shown.
About half of all Ukrainian refugees who arrived to Poland were looking for jobs, a National Bank of Poland (NBP) survey has found.
Poles working on a twin tunnel under the Fehmarn Belt strait in Denmark have achieved pay parity with Danish workers in a deal struck between unions and the FLC consortium behind the investment.
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