Locked content Poles increasingly willing to change jobs

The Mobility Index, which measures Poles’ willingness to change their workplaces, has inched up by 1 point quarter-on-quarter to 108 points. This is one of the best results in Europe, according to the “Monitor Rynku Pracy” report compiled by HR consultancy Randstad. “In compa...

Locked content Survey – 30% of Polish employers want to hire in H1

In H1 2015, some 30 percent of Polish companies, mainly from Western Poland, plan to hire more employees, according to a survey conducted by Randstad and TNS Polska. As much as 28 percent of employers will grant their employees raises this year.Director of the Research Institute at Randstad, Katarzy...

Locked content The labor market will improve – poll

Every fourth company plans to hire new employees this year, according to a poll conducted by Millward Brown for HR company Work Service. Krzystof Inglot from Work Service said that a lot of new workplaces will be created in the manufacturing sector, which is good news, because the industry usually g...

Unemployment rate at 11.4%

The registered unemployment rate in Poland stood at 11.4 percent in November, according to data published on Tuesday by the Central Statistical Office (GUS). The figure is in line with an estimate released in early December by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy.

Locked content Polish labor costs up by 2.8% in Q3

Nominal hourly labor costs in Poland grew by 2.8 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2014, the EU’s statistics office said in a data release on Wednesday. Wages grew by 2.2 percent and non-wage costs grew by 5.3 percent. Throughout the EU, nominal hourly labor costs grew by 1.4 percent y/y ...

Locked content Employment up by 0.5% in Q3 – Eurostat

The level of employment in Poland increased by 1.9 percent year-on-year in Q3 2014, according to data published by the EU’s statistics office on Friday In quarter-on-quarter terms, employment in Poland inched up by 0.5 percent. In Q2 2014 the growth was 0.6 percent q/q. Throughout the European Union...

Job offers barometer rises sharply – BIEC

The job offers barometer calculated by the Bureau for Investments and Economic Cycles (BIEC), which shows changes in the number of online job advertisements, grew from 147.5 points in October to 155.6, according to data quoted by the Polish Press Agency.

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...

Locked content Salaries to grow in 2015 – Work Service

Wages in Poland may grow by 1-3 percent in 2015, according to a report prepared by employment services firm Work Service, quoted by the Polish Press Agency. “In 2015 we expect trends trends to reverse on the labor market,” the report said. “The employer’s market is losing to the employee’s market.” ...

Locked content Unemployment rate drops again

The registered unemployment rate in Poland declined by 0.2 percentage points in October and amounted to 11.3 percent at the end of the month, according to an estimate published by Poland’s Ministry of Labor and Social Policy on Monday. October is the ninth consecutive month of the rate’s decline. Si...