Employment and wages growth continues in April – GUS

According to data released by the Polish Central Statistical Office (GUS), the average employment in April grew by 4.6 percent year-on-year, while the wages grew by 4.1 percent. In month-to-month terms, wages declined by 1.9 percent, while the employment increased by 0.2 percent.

Locked content Record-high employment in Polish innovative firms – ADP Polska

In 2016, employment in companies in the “modern economy” sector has increased by 4.47 percent, according to report compiled by ADP Polska. The biggest number of employees is working in the production sector of the modern economy, where the employment grew by 7.93 percent. In the services sector, tha...

Locked content More than 600 new jobs for Łódź SEZ 

Ten new business permits for the Łódź Special Economic Zone will result in over 600 new jobs and investments worth nearly PLN 500 million. Six companies are debutants in the Łódź Special Economic Zone and four businesses will develop their current activities.   “We value both new companie...

Locked content Record-high number of employers plan raises – Randstat

As much as 44 percent of companies plan on giving their employees raises in the next six months, according to HR company Randstad. Moreover, 32 percent of companies plan on hiring new workers. According to Monika Hryniszyn from Randstad, the record-high number is mostly seasonal, as many companies p...

Locked content Alior Bank to lay off employees in 2017

Alior Bank announced on Friday that it would lay off up to 2,600 of its employees as a part of its plan to reorganize, restructure and “maximize its potential,” following the bank’s merger with Bank BPH earlier this month, according to a press release. The company said that redundancies would includ...

GUS: Salaries in September up 3.9% y/y

The average gross salary in September was PLN 4,217.96, which represents a y/y rise of 3.9 percent, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) informed on Tuesday. Earnings grew 0.1 percent m/m in September after a fall of 1.8 percent in August.

Locked content Amazon to hire 12,000 in Poland for holidays

The American online retail giant plans to hire 12,000 workers in Poland for the Christmas season. They will work at Amazon’s three Polish distribution centers. “Currently, at the Poznan center and the two in Wrocław, we employ over 10,000 people, 5,700 full-time. We are in the process of pre-C...