Donald Tusk, the leader of the main opposition party Civic Platform, has claimed the current Law and Justice government has "turned its back" on small Polish entrepreneurs.
Close to 50 percent of Polish employers employ a worker from Ukraine, new research has shown.
Press release: In an enterprise, managers need to be able to track employee productivity in order to identify areas where improvements can be made.
The European Commission (EC) has accepted changes in Poland's public aid programme for enterprises, introduced in view of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.
Sixty nine percent of Polish enterprises experienced at least one cyberattack in 2021, KPMG reported in a Wednesday survey.
Polish enterprises are experiencing all-time high pressure on wages with 47 percent of them planning pay rises in Q1 2022, Poland’s central bank (NBP) has reported.
Poland is the leader of the 16th CEE TOP 500 companies ranking as Polish enterprises recorded the highest turnover in 2020 while coping with the Covid pandemic.
The Polish prime minister announced on Tuesday a tax-collection waiver on all grants which have already been redeemed from a financial shield assistance programme for enterprises.
The European Commission on Friday approved a broad Polish aid programme for enterprises affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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