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In June, employers reported 100,200 job offers, which is 5,400 more than in May, the labour ministry has reported.
Close to 50 percent of Polish employers employ a worker from Ukraine, new research has shown.
Polish employers can now check the sobriety of their workers under an amendment to the Labour Code that came into force on Tuesday.
Employers willing to hire retirement-aged staff could receive a PLN 1,800 (EUR 370) support bonus per employee over a period of 24 months under a new a government plan, the Fakt tabloid reported on Tuesday.
As many as 307,000 Ukrainians have found employment thanks to streamlined procedures introduced to help them find work, the Polish Family and Social Policy Ministry said on Tuesday.
As many as 185,000 Ukrainians have been employed under a simplified procedure that Poland introduced to help them find work, the Ministry of Family and Labour has said.
Employers’ organisations have criticised a bill on Covid-19 regulations, saying that they will do little to reduce infections in the workplace.
Poland's biggest trade unions and employers have issued a joint appeal to the government to introduce mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations as new infections are rising fast, threatening the country's economic recovery.
Employers will be able to check on the vaccination status of their employees under new legislation now under preparation, the government spokesman has said.