The number of employees in the services for business sector in Poland, which now stands at 355,000, may double within the next ten years, according to information released at a business lobby congress.
Employers will be able to ask employees if they have been vaccinated and then make decision on their employment status under a draft law that has already been presented to the government, the health minister has said.
Around 45 percent of Polish employees asked for a pay raise last year, one in three had never done so before, according to a survey published on Friday.
The Polish government has launched new financial aid programmes for firms affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, including payments of up to PLN 2,000 (EUR 446) for every full-time job contract and workers on specific contracts, the labour minister said on Monday.
The number of new job offers went down by 21.8 percent year on year and by 3.5 percent month on month in Poland in August 2020, Grant Thornton has written in a report.
Amazon will add an additional 500 new jobs in its new e-commerce centre in Łódź, central Poland. Earlier, Amazon announced 100 new jobs in the centre in the Łódź suburb of Pawlikowice, where it already employs 700 workers.
As companies decide how and when employees should return to the office after working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, office space company Vank says the answer could be in ‘soundproof pods’.
The number of new job offers went down by 16 percent year on year and grew by 26 percent month on month in Poland in June 2020, Grand Thornton has written in a report.
From May 11 Lithuania will allow entry for Polish employees, research staff and business travellers without quarantine requirements. Lithuanian FM Linas Linkevicius said that the country may totally open its border with Poland in early summer.
Firm provides a bright spot in the economic gloom by looking to recruit workers across its chain.