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.
The energy transformation that Poland faces will generate about 300,000 well-paid jobs over the next 20 years, Climate Minister Michał Kurtyka said at a Tuesday debate at the Economic Forum in Karpacz, south-western Poland.
The changes in Polish mining are unavoidable but the process will be well-prepared and every lost job in mining will be replaced with a new one in other industries, PM Mateusz Morawiecki told local Radio Katowice on Tuesday.
The employment situation is improving with one in five small companies in Poland (over 17 pct) planning to take on staff, according to the August edition of the 'CoronaBalance SME' survey. In the previous edition, such declarations were made by 14.8 pct of SMEs.
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, on Monday proposed EUR 11.2 bln in low-interest loans for Poland to help the country protect jobs endangered by the coronavirus crisis.
Twenty-five percent of Poles believe that the risk of losing their job is high, showed a recent study by the Pollster Research Institute.
As many as 9.9 percent of Polish workers are considering job-seeking migration, according to a Kantar poll commissioned by the Work Service employment agency.
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 many as 83 percent of Polish companies plan for employment to remain unchanged despite the coronavirus epidemic, according to the latest research by the state-owned Polish Development Fund (PFR) and the government advisory body, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE).
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’.