Top 8 Questions to ask a job interviewer (and yourself)

So you got yourself an interview? You should expect to be asked substantial questions, and there is nothing wrong with practicing so you can make the best impression. It is no coincidence that “there is no second chance for first impression” is a common saying.

Locked content Manpower forecasts slight net employment growth

The majority of businesses surveyed by the Polish unit of Manpower Group, 79 percent, do not plan employment changes in the first quarter of 2015, according to data quoted by the Polish Press Agency. At the same time 9 percent plan to create new jobs and 8 percent plan employment cuts. The seasonall...

Salaries up by 3.8% in October

The average salary in the Polish enterprise sector amounted to PLN 3,980.92 in October, according to data released by the Central Statistical Office (GUS) on Wednesday. It grew by 3.8 percent year-on-year and by 2.1 percent month-on-month.

Locked content Many Poles still seeking to emigrate

Recent studies have shown that Poles still continue to see emigration as an attractive life decision. A Millward Brown study and a Work Service study show that 20 and 26 percent, respectively, of Poles want to emigrate. Younger Poles are even more eager to migrate (30-40 percent). Working Poles are ...

Locked content European Commission: SMEs still struggling

In a recent European Commission release, the path of small and medium enterprises to recovery shows some promise, but is still lacking the employment levels pre-2008. Although value added in 2013 was strong in some countries, employment in SMEs was still 1.9 million employees and 2.16 percent below ...

Locked content Labor market improves, albeit below expectations

Salaries in Polish enterprises stood at PLN 3,893.23 in August, a 3.5 percent increase year-on-year, below market expectations of a 3.8 percent increase. In month-on-month terms they fell by 1.8 percent. Altogether enterprises employed 5.534 million people, 0.7 percent more than in August last year....

Locked content Employment up by 1.5% in Q2 – Eurostat

In the second quarter of 2014, employment in Poland grew by 1.5 percent year-on-year, according to a data release issued by Eurostat on Friday. Compared to Q1 employment inched by 0.5 percent. Throughout the EU employment grew by 0.7 percent y/y and by 0.3 percent quarter-on-quarter in Q2 2014. In t...

Locked content Manpower expects employment growth

The majority of businesses surveyed by the Polish unit of Manpower Group, 73 percent, do not plan employment changes in the coming three months, according to data quoted by ISBnews. At the same time 13 percent plan to create new jobs and 8 percent plan employment cuts. The seasonally adjusted net em...

Locked content Most companies plan manager-level employment

As many as 66 percent of Polish businesses plan to employ new specialists and managers within the next three months, 3 percentage points more than in the previous poll, according to a report from Antal International, released on Monday. This is the best result since 2008, the company said. Only 11 p...