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In the face of recent discussions and negotiations centred around the teachers’ strike, conducted among others amongst social partners whose representatives sit on the Social Dialogue Council, the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers reminds the public opinion of its publication under the title “School for life. Who will pay for our pensions?”. Since the Union perceives the education system as one of the key elements of the future of the state and the economy, we prepared a comprehensive program of reforms aimed at bringing pupils and parents back to their central role in the system.

Poland urgently needs an Energy Doctrine

The current state of affairs as well as the prospects for development of the Polish energy sector is our biggest problem in the context of the competitiveness of our entire economy. Failure to address issues and lack of strategic thinking dangerously bring us closer to a systemic recession and decline in the standard of living. Poland urgently needs an energy doctrine that takes into account the processes taking place globally, not just politicians’ wishful thinking. This is the conclusion of the latest report by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers “Assumptions for the Energy Development Strategy in Poland”.

High non-wage labour costs, high taxes, and excessive bureaucratic obligations – according to entrepreneurs these are the biggest barriers to running business in Poland

High non-wage labour costs, high taxes, and excessive bureaucratic obligations – these are the obstacles considered most harmful for running a company in Poland. These are the conclusions from a survey conducted by Maison & Partners on behalf of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers.

Most opponents of the trade ban… in small towns and among people who work… in trade

The Maison&Partners research house carried out yet another wave of the survey commissioned by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers concerning the attitudes of the Polish people towards the Sunday trade ban. The general conclusions from this wave’s results remain the same as those based on previous editions of the study. Restrictions have the highest number of opponents among residents of small towns, as well as among people working presently or in the past in the trade sector.
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