Locked content New pension programs to boost GDP growth by 0.3-0.4% – PFR head

Poland hopes to put PLN 15-20 billion a year into capital markets as a result of its new employer-sponsored pension program, according to the CEO of state investment vehicle PFR Paweł Borys. “They will strengthen the financial base of the corporate sector and bring an increase in the long-term econo...

Locked content PwC: Poland takes 29th spot in the highest older workers employment

Poland was ranked 29th among 34 OECD nations in the latest ranking published by consultancy PwC which assesses the potential utilization of people over 55-years old. “According to PwC estimates, if the employment rate of 55+ people was comparable to that in Sweden, Poland’s GDP would increase by abo...

Locked content Manpower: 45% of Polish employers have trouble finding workers

Nearly half (45 percent) of Polish employers have trouble finding new employees, according to a study done by Manpower. This is the highest rate in six years and first instance when this figure is higher than the global one (40 percent). This puts Poland in 18th spot out of 43 covered by the study. ...