The financial status of close to 50 percent of Polish event management companies has deteriorated during the pandemic with the popularity of online events growing, a recent report shows.
A total of 28 percent of Polish companies have already employed Ukrainians while 25 percent plan to hire them in the coming 12 months, according to a recent survey carried out by a labour market researcher.
The percentage of companies in Poland saying the pandemic is damaging their businesses or poses a threat to their stability fell in May, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Thursday.
Sixty-eight percent of Polish employers are convinced that the level of employment will be reduced due to automation, a survey has found.
Mateusz Morawiecki has called for the construction of a new global fiscal order to help deal with a “pandemic of indebtedness.”
The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is a leader when it comes to listed gaming companies, President Marek Dietl told Bloomberg television on Friday on the 30th anniversary of WSE.
The number of corporate insolvencies in Poland increased by 75 percent year on year at the start of 2021, a credit insurance company has reported.
More than half of Polish managers believe that the economy will rebound in the next 12 months and thus plan to maintain or increase employment in their companies.
A PLN 25-billion (EUR 6.43-billion) financial shield, to be launched next week, offers liquidity and preferential loans to large companies hit by government-imposed Covid-19 related restrictions.
Polish companies have adopted a survival strategy to minimise their losses, and consumers are likely to do the same due to fears of decreased incomes, a society prosperity report has found.