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 ...

GUS: Salaries up by 3.7% y/y; employment by 1.1%

The average monthly salary in the Polish enterprise sector grew by 3.7 percent year-on-year and amounted to PLN 4,132 in April, according to data published by the Central Statistical Office (GUS) on Tuesday. In month-on-month terms salaries declined by 2.2 percent.

Locked content PKP Cargo to hire 1,000 train drivers

Polish freight company PKP Cargo plans to employ 1,000 train drivers in 2015-2016, said Adam Purwin, CEO of the company. The driver training program costs PLN 21 million per annum. “The whole railway sector in Poland is facing a generation gap in the profession of train drivers. We have identi...

Locked content Citibank to hire 1000 people

Citi Service Center Poland is going to expand its employment by 1,000 new employees this year. The company’s entire employment in Poland will amount to over 4,000 people, Puls Biznesu daily reported. “As it was a year ago, we are planning to employ 1,000 people this year,” Terri Ge...

Locked content 35% Poles afraid of losing jobs

As much as 35 percent of Poles are worried about losing their jobs, of which five percent is seriously concerned, according to a survey by CBOS. “Compared to last month’s results, the number of people afraid of being laid-off remains almost unchanged. On the other hand, 60 percent of Pol...

Locked content VW to hire 900 people in Poznań

Volkswagen will employ up to 900 people in its plant in Poznań, where the new version of the VW Caddy van will be manufactured from the beginning of May, the Polish Press Agency reported. The company took into consideration an optimistic sales forecast in line with which the demand for the van has b...