Locked content Poland increasingly willing to employ foreigners

Polish firms will increasingly hire foreign workers. According to a report compiled by Work Service, 12 percent of them plan to employ immigrants in the next 12 months, whereas now 7 percent admit to have foreigners working for them. Employers do not show any reluctance towards different cultures, r...

Locked content Amazon spent over PLN 1 bln in Poland

Within 36 months, Amazon has invested PLN 1.4 billion in buildings and equipment  in Poland, Rzeczpospolita daily reported. Roy Perticucci, Vice President for EU Operations at Amazon told the daily that the company is going to create more permanent jobs, currently it employs this way 3,000 people at...

More Polish firms want to hire foreigners

According to a report conducted by Work Service, 12 percent of Polish firms plan to hire foreigners in the next year. Although it is not much, it is still a progress, as now only about 7 percent of them employ non-natives, ISBnews reports.

Locked content Automotive firm to hire 250 people in Warmińsko-Mazurskie

Ełk-based electric bundles manufacturer Zakład Elektrotechniki Motoryzacyjnej(ZEM) is planning to employ over 250 people in connection with the contract it signed with GM Motor Polska. ZEM will deliver electric bundles to Opel Astra newest model. The production will launch next month. Currently, the...

Locked content GUS: Employment rate up by 0.9% y/y

Employment in the enterprise sector grew by 0.9 percent year-to-year, to 5.58 million, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced on Thursday. The average monthly salary in the sector increased by 2.5 percent to PLN 4,039 gross , stated GUS.  The analysts surveyed by the ISBNews agency expected ...

Locked content Job change rate highest in EU – Randstad

A recent survey by Randstad showed that 27 percent of employed Poles have changed jobs in the last six months, the Polish Press Agency reported. This is the highest percentage  in the EU. Among the major reasons of changing jobs were: seeking better employment conditions (26 percent), personal need ...

Locked content Poland lagging behind in employment of disabled

Only 23 percent of disabled Poles who are able to work are currently employed,  reported Polish Radio citing a report from the Educational Research Institute.  Meanwhile the EU average for disabled employment stands at 50 percent. Polish employees are reluctant to hire disabled employees and are oft...

Locked content Airbus to hire 250 people in Radom

Airbus Helicopters is going to construct its next production plant in Radom (Mazowieckie voivodeship) and hire 250 employees there, the local media reported. In line with the firm’s strategy, Radom is to become a crucial center of its development. The scientists at Kazimierz Pulaski University...

Average salary up by 3.2% y/y in May – GUS

The average monthly salary in Poland grew by 3.2 percent in May (year-on-year) the Central Statistical Office (GUS) said in a press release on Wednesday. The employment rate increased by 1.1 percent y/y.

Locked content MoneyGram to employ nearly 300 people in Poland within two years

American money transfer company MoneyGram is going to employ 100 people at its Global Business Center (GBC) based in Warsaw this year, the ISBnews agency reported on Tuesday. Currently, 560 people are hired in the Polish capital, by the end of the next year, employment is to reach around 800 office ...