Many things about our work life have been static for many years. With the rise of technological solutions, the way we work has changed. Until the pandemic took over the world, remote work was still not very common – something that has changed and made people and businesses in Poland rethink the balance between private- and work-life.
Marlena Malag, the family and social policy minister, said on Tuesday that the government wants to permanently add remote working to the Labour Code in order to make it easier for people to work from home.
Employers willing to hire retirement-aged staff could receive a PLN 1,800 (EUR 370) support bonus per employee over a period of 24 months under a new a government plan, the Fakt tabloid reported on Tuesday.
Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, Pawel Szefernaker, said on Wednesday that of the 600,000 Ukrainians who are now in the PESEL (personal ID number) database, 400,000 are now working legally in Poland.
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Twenty six percent of Poles in a Social Changes survey for the wPolityce.pl website said they have experienced mobbing at work, 68 percent said they have no mobbing experiences.
As many as 307,000 Ukrainians have found employment thanks to streamlined procedures introduced to help them find work, the Polish Family and Social Policy Ministry said on Tuesday.
The labour minister has said that the million foreigners now working in Poland were filling labour shortages and do not take jobs away from Poles.
The number of new job offers in Poland has fallen for the second month in a row, compared to the same period of 2021, a report has revealed.
Donald Tusk, the leader of Poland's main opposition party, has said that a pilot programme of a four-day working week will be ready before next year's parliamentary election.