Close to 50 percent of Polish employers employ a worker from Ukraine, new research has shown.
More Polish firms plan to hire more staff than fire in the second quarter of this year, according to a survey published on Tuesday.
The vast majority of working-aged Ukrainian refugees in Poland have found work in the country, according to a survey commissioned by the Prime Minister’s Office.
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Almost 900,000 Ukrainian refugees have found legal work in Poland under simplified employment regulations, the family and social policy minister said on Monday.
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.
Polish companies will start to reduce employment costs when they are no longer able to pass rising costs on to consumers, an economist from business lobby Lewiatan has warned.
Close to 390,000 Ukrainians have found employment thanks to streamlined procedures introduced to help them find work, a deputy family and social policy minister has said.
About half of all Ukrainian refugees who arrived to Poland were looking for jobs, a National Bank of Poland (NBP) survey has found.