Locked content More than 50% of unemployed Poles consider labor migration

More than a half of unemployed Poles consider labor migration, according to the latest Work Service survey. As much as 53 percent of unemployed Polish citizens intend to migrate in order to find a job outside Poland. This number increased by 14 percent, compared to survey in autumn 2015. About 24 pe...

Locked content Work Service: 56% of Poles expect a salary increase

According to Work Service’s Labour Market Barometer, 55.8 percent of Polish employees expect a salary increase, 39.3 percent are certain their wages will not change, and 2.9 percent anticipate a salary decrease. Meanwhile, as much as 81.2 percent of employers are going to maintain current sala...

Locked content Salary increase for every 7th Polish employee

According to Work Service’s Labour Market Barometer, 13.5 percent of employers are going to increase salaries in the near future (in comparison with 5.5 percent in the previous quarter). At the same time, the percentage of Poles worrying about their place of work decreased – from 28 perc...

Locked content Work service shares to be traded on LSE this week

Work Service, the largest CEE recruitment company, is set to start trading its share on the London Stock Exchange on February 18. Once they debut in London, the company will continue to trade its share on the Warsaw bourse. Work Service said it is not issuing new shares. In August, Tomasz Hanczarek,...

Locked content 20% of firms do not hire the over 50s

Polish companies are not eager to employ people over 50 years old, a recent survey by Work Service showed. Over 20 percent of the employers surveyed said they do not hire those who are aged 50 and above, additionally, only 12 percent of the respondents is planning to increase the current number of e...

14% of Poles considering emigration

As much as 14.7 percent of Poles are considering emigration, a drop of 6 percent compared to the beginning of the year, according to a report by Work Service and the CEED institute. It means that around 1 million Poles is thinking of moving abroad.

Locked content Work Service to enter LSE in weeks

Work Service, the largest CEE recruitment company, will be traded on the London bourse within 8-10 weeks, Tomasz Misiak, the president of the board of supervisors, has told ISBnews. “Our adviser is even talking about 6-8 weeks, but we prefer to be cautious,” Misiak pointed out. In late A...

Locked content 14.7% of companies have hiring plans

According to a report by employment agency Work Service, the share of Polish companies planning to increase their workforce grew to 14.7 percent in July from 12.4 percent in January. “An overall positive economic situation is the reason why 77 percent of entrepreneurs said that they will maint...

Locked content Work Service plans dual listing in London

Work Service plans dual listing of its shares on the bourse in London in 2015/2016, said Tomasz Hanczarek, the CEO of the company. “Our aim is to move from being the CEE region leader to becoming one of the five leading employment agencies in Europe. To achieve that goal, we are set to expand ...