12:08 31 May 2023
Post by: WBJ

More than half companies use civil law and B2B contracts

More than half companies use civil law and B2B contracts
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More than half of Polish companies (58%) utilize flexible forms of cooperation, including civil law contracts and business-to-business (B2B) agreements, according to a report by startup GIGLIKE and EY. The report introduces the GIGbarometer, the first index in Poland measuring the level of labor market flexibility, which achieved a score of 4.5 on a scale of 0 to 10. Large enterprises are the most open to flexibility, with four out of five such organizations collaborating with independent professionals. However, flexible forms of employment cover less than 15% of human capital in medium and large firms. The report also reveals that 76% of companies express satisfaction with working with independent professionals, with one in five considering it perfect. Tax-related issues (58%) and legal aspects (42%) are the main obstacles for the development of a flexible labor market, while information technology systems and tools are supportive.

The study surveyed 318 representatives of Polish companies, ranging from SMEs to large corporations, using a combined CATI + CAWI method.


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