Trade unionists from the public sector have organised a happening in front of the Prime Minister's Office to demand a wage increase.
Wages in Poland will grow but lag behind inflation, an expert from a leading employers association has said.
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The Polish government has approved the execution of the 2022 budget with a deficit of PLN 12.6 billion (EUR 2.8 billion).
A drop in inflation could result in a faster rise in real wages in the second half of the year, an economist from the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) said on Friday.
Poland's average corporate gross monthly wage rose by 13.6 percent year on year to PLN 7,065.56 (EUR 1,501) in February 2023, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) said on Monday.
There is a slight rise in firms planning wage hikes in the coming quarter despite a drop in wage pressure, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) wrote on Monday in a report.
Uniformed service trade unions demonstrated on Wednesday outside the Prime Minister's Office in Warsaw demanding wage indexations.
Polish pensions will be indexed by 13.8 percent from March 2023 under a law passed by the Sejm, the lower house of parliament, on Thursday.