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 ...

Locked content Work Service bonds to debut on Catalyst

The board of the Warsaw Stock Exchange has announced that real estate developer Catalyst will start trading 20,000 S series bonds on Catalyst on June 19. The nominal value of each bond stands at PLN 1,000, which means that the company will raise PLN 20 million, the board announced. Work Service is t...

Locked content 20% of Poles considering emigration

As much as 20 percent of Poles are considering emigration, of which 6.4 percent have decided to leave the country, according to a report by Work Service. Last year, only 5 percent of Poles had decided to emigrate. People under 35 years of age dominate (63 percent) the group of those who are mulling ...

Locked content Work Service to improve trans border services

Work Service, an HR company will be present in ten European countries this year, once an acquisition in Romania is concluded. The Polish leader in the CEE region is aiming to become an international partner of work staff flow from east to west in Europe. “We want to become an international HR ...

Locked content 15,000 temp workers hired for Christmas

According to Work Service analysts, 15,000 additional temporary workers will find work during the holiday season. The jobs include low-skill labor including packing and promotional assistants. The voivodships with the highest demand for temporary workers are Mazowieckie, Silesia, Małopolskie, Pomors...

Locked content Work Service eyes LSE listing

Employment agency Work Service is working on a possible dual listing on the London Stock Exchange, the company’s CEO Tomasz Hanczarek told Bloomberg Businessweek Polska. Preparatory work should be completed in Q1 2015, he said. If the plan goes through, Work Service would be the first Polish company...