Tag: Human Resources Poland
In the first half of 2019, over 35,000 were spent. work permit for offices of Asian countries. Up to 42 percent more than in the same period of the previous year – finish with the data of the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Policy. In the first summaries of the year, the highest number of hits allowed by Nepalese (6.3 thousand), followed by Indians (4.3 thousand) and Bangladeshi (4.1 thousand).Continue Reading..
The specificity of a fixed-term contract is a top-down specification of the time for which it is concluded, which means that it is valid only temporarily. This is one of the types of employment contract.Continue Reading..
Young employees may be more exposed to problems with employers. Therefore, before starting their first job, they must learn about the rights and obligations that will apply to them. From September this year will be reduced the age limit and work will be able to take people who are 15 years of age.
Almost 90 percent migrants from Ukraine praise the standard of living in Poland. They feel good here, easily find a job – and many want to stay on the Vistula forever. The work of Ukrainians is usually attracted to Poland, but not only.
Within 10-15 years a breakthrough on the labor market may occur. The success will be decided not by studies but by experience, a set of appropriate qualifications, creativity and passion, the ability to learn quickly and independently.
The situation on the labor market in Poland – we are more and more willing to move to get a well-paid job.
Falling below the 5% limit unemployment suggests that in the Polish economy the number of hands ready to take up a job is shrinking dramatically, which usually hampers economic growth. In fact, the reserves among employees are still large, the biggest ones are in the group of economically inactive people .
Companies learn to cope with employees of different sexes, nationalities and ages. Diversity – specific “multi-cult” in human resources policy – can be a cure for labour market problems – according to experts.
According to the New York Times, Poland has the second highest percentage (at 39%) of people 25 to 34 years old with university degrees or the equivalent in the world (for comparison, US ranks 11th). The same article quotes an example of a salary being less than a half of what the same employee would cost in the United States. Poland continues to become a leader of offshoring for multiple business giants as well as small and medium businesses, which makes human resources services extremely important.