51% of companies in Poland have difficulty recruiting

According to ManpowerGroup’s report “Talent shortage,” some 51 percent of polish companies have difficulty finding qualified manual workers, drivers, production and machinery operators. Only two years ago the figure stood at 45 percent of companies.

Sygnity with MRPiPS contract worth up to PLN 26.2 mln

Sygnity has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Policy regarding software development and software efficiency maintenance, the company has announced. The deadline for completion was set for the end of the first half of 2021, and the maximum price was set at PLN 26.175 m...

Olympus to open business services center in Wrocław 

Olympus – a Japanese technology producer of medical systems, scientific solutions and digital cameras – is to open a business services center in Wrocław. The center will serve Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The company wants to employ 300 people over the next two years.

No collusion over car insurance increase – UOKiK

The Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has concluded that there was no illegal activity in relation to the increase in motor liability insurance prices. The increases resulted from the growing operating costs and deteriorating financial results of insurance companies, the study fo...

Poland in 26th position in 2017 global cyberattack ranking

Last year, 0.86 percent of all global cyber attacks were recorded in Poland, which places the country in 26th position in the world ranking in terms of cybercriminal activity and in 10th place among European countries, according to results from the 23rd edition of the Symantec Internet Security Thre...

Government adopts new ZUS rates for small businesses

The government has adopted the so-called “small ZUS for small businesses” project, which involves lowering social security contributions from the current amount of PLN 1,200 to less than PLN 660 per month for the smallest businesses. About 200,000 people will benefit from the new solutions.

Locked content PKN Orlen to pay PLN 3 dividend per share

Shareholders of PKN Orlen have decided to allocate PLN 1.28 billion from the profit for 2017 for shareholder dividends, which means a payment of PLN 3 per share. The proposed dividend day is July 20, 2018, and the payment date of the dividend is August 3, 2018. The PKN Orlen Group manages six refine...