Close to 50 percent of Polish employers employ a worker from Ukraine, new research has shown.
More Polish firms plan to hire more staff than fire in the second quarter of this year, according to a survey published on Tuesday.
Increasing numbers of women have jobs involving manual labour in Poland owing to the influx of refugees from Ukraine, an employment agency has told PAP.
Minister of Family and Social Policy Marlena Malag said during a press conference in the southeastern city of Rzeszow that over 900,000 Ukrainian citizens are now employed in Poland .
The majority of Polish employees have worked with people of different nationalities, a poll new has shown.
Poland’s unemployment rate may inch upwards in the coming months, a think tank analyst has said.
Polish employers can now check the sobriety of their workers under an amendment to the Labour Code that came into force on Tuesday.
The vast majority of working-aged Ukrainian refugees in Poland have found work in the country, according to a survey commissioned by the Prime Minister’s Office.
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Regulations making remote work an officially recognised mode of working have become binding after Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, signed them into law.