Poland will lift most pandemic restrictions on March 1, including remote work, the prime minister announced on Wednesday.
The criteria for choosing the best place to work remotely included internet speed available in the city, the cost of living, the country’s position on the ease of doing business rankings and the experience of the website’s staff when they visited the city.
Most Poles would like to work remotely for at least a couple of days a week, having grown accustomed to working from home, a poll has found.
Inspiring the wave of newcomers are a series of well-established bloggers that have helped romanticize the world of van life with their stunning pictures and beautiful portrayals of life on the road.
Health Minister Adam Niedzielski on Monday encouraged more Poles to switch to remote work as a means of curbing the rising Covid-19 infection wave, on top of a number of precautions already taken by the government.
Poland should introduce clear regulations that would provide employers and employees who work remotely with an appropriate level of flexibility, the Pracodawcy RP business lobby said on Monday.
The creators of Biuronakółkach believe the mobile office can fill a gap in the market created by the pandemic when people working remotely need to meet their colleagues but do not want to deal with the risks of having to enter a big office building.
At the end of the first quarter of 2020, 11 percent of Polish workers were working remotely due to the coronavirus epidemic, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Wednesday.
With the arrival of coronavirus having a profound effect on all of our lives, it’s reassuring to note that there is some light in the darkness.
During the coronavirus epidemic, 88 percent of companies in Poland have implemented remote work, a survey conducted by the Lewiatan Confederation reveals.