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The startup market in Poland will be stronger after the end of the pandemic. Every crisis is a good ground for the development of innovation. You can also see that now these types of entities are doing well. In addition, the current situation creates a chance for development for Polish companies operating in the field of broadly defined preventive healthcare. It is also an ideal time for projects related to the online area, including remote work or e-education. But a pandemic also has risks. Some of these companies will collapse. It can already be seen that investors are more willing to limit the risk, preferring to subscribe for smaller shares. However, such moves do not discourage the industry. It is just the opposite.Continue Reading..
The risk of poverty and social marginalization of foreigners from outside the European Union is the lowest in Poland among the countries of the community.Continue Reading..
For several years, Polish entrepreneurs have been affected by the shortage of employees. The Federation of Polish Entrepreneurs diagnoses that this problem will increase from year to year.Continue Reading..
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..
Both banks have officially confirmed the start of talks on mergers, although they stipulate that they are only at the initial stage of talks. Nevertheless, the prices of shares of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank to the south on Monday increased on the stock market by 4.07 per cent, respectively. and 6.87 percent.Continue Reading..
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.
Foreign employees began to fill the gap in the Social Insurance Institution’s finances. The job department wants to facilitate their employment.
The situation on the labor market in Poland – we are more and more willing to move to get a well-paid job.
The Swedish clothing company H & M will build a logistics center in the Legnica Special Economic Zone. Thanks to the investment of over 280 million PLN over a thousand people will find work.
The freedom to provide services entails the right of traders to provide services in another Member State. This can consist in self-service by a self-employed person or on temporary assignment of employees. The principle of free movement of workers provides protection against discrimination in terms of employment, remuneration and other conditions of work and employment compared to nationals of that Member State.