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On 16 March 2022, the European Commission launched the public consultation on the Cyber Resilience Act – new cybersecurity rules for digital products and ancillary services.[1] The act was announced by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen in her State of the Union address, in September 2021…

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) on the report of the European Parliament for a Directive on improving the working conditions in platform work

Work carried out through digital labour platforms is developing in Europe with tremendous momentum. This is demonstrated by the pace of development of more than 500[1] platforms currently operating in the single EU market. The number of people who work through platforms is also growing rapidly…

The minimum CIT must either be radically simplified or abandoned – commentary of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers

The process of ‘fixing’ the Polish Deal has been underway for several weeks. In recent weeks, we have been discussing the proposals for PIT changes put forward by the Ministry of Finance but we already know that in the near future we can expect a draft of amendments to CIT. Out of those, the topic of the so-called minimum CIT is particularly controversial…

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) on a proposal for a Directive on improving the working conditions in platform work

In December 2021, the European Commission presented a proposal for legislation to improve the situation of workers performing work through digital labour platforms.[1] There are over 500 platforms in the European Union, which create 28 million jobs.[2] The growing popularity of this form of earning money is directly related to the ongoing digitization and the increasingly common need for flexibility in employment…
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