Sixty-eight percent of Polish employers are convinced that the level of employment will be reduced due to automation, a survey has found.
Since launching at the beginning of April, the campaign which collects and features the profiles of businesses whose older owners have often been running them for decades, has already amassed a following of 7,000 on Facebook and 34,000 on Instagram alone.
The Polish foreign minister has expressed concern about the lack of observance of rights of Polish workers in the Netherlands.
The Polish government has allocated over PLN 204 billion (EUR 44.8 billion) under anti-crisis financial aid packages to protect jobs, a gov't spokesman has said.
Almost 100 investment projects in the Polish Investment Zone, totalling over PLN 3.5 billion (EUR 770,000) will receive support from a 2018 programme in the 1st quarter of this year, the Development, Labour and Technology Ministry informed on Friday.
Half of Poles believe that their employment situation is worse now than it was at the beginning of the pandemic, the results of a recent report show.
Saving jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic is one of the government’s main priorities, the family and social policy minister said on Tuesday.
The ‘Study of Polish Business’, commissioned by Kraków based accountancy firm inFakt, found that to ensure their post-pandemic 80 percent of small and micro-enterprises retained their current levels of pay, whilst just over one fifth of small firms decided to give pay-rises to their employees and 18 percent to increase their workforce.
Close to 50 percent of all Belarusian IT specialists fleeing their homeland have chosen Poland as their new home, according to Belarusian media.
The homeless man had been chatting with the officers from the Police Prevention Unit when he mentioned that he had been job-hunting and that an employer had agreed to give him a job on a building site if he had the right shoes.