Employers’ organisations and NGOs that support foreigners living in Poland jointly appeal to Elżbieta Rafalska (Minister of Labour and Social Policy) and Jadwiga Emilewicz (Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology) to introduce systemic changes that will improve the process of legalising foreigners’ stay and employment in Poland. Not assigning employees to specific employers, informatisation of the system of legalising the work of foreigners, changing the competences of Chief Labour Inspectorate PIP are but a few of their postulates.
The Polish trade balance after the introduction of the Russian embargo is systematically improving. The structure of exports has not changed; however, the volume of food products exported has increased. Poles were, therefore, successful in effectively finding alternative consumer markets.
A new employers’ union hass formed – the Union of Agricultural Entrepreneurs. On August 1st this year in Biała Podlaska, several dozen large Polish agricultural entrepreneurs met and elected their Organisational Committee comprising of 12 members. The Committee will deal with the Union’s registration. During the meeting, apart from organisational issues, legal problems in the field of development of agricultural enterprises and agricultural production, issues of international competition and changes taking place in the Polish countryside were discussed.
Warsaw, July 31st, 2018 An appeal to the government of the Republic of Poland regarding the maintenance of the upper limit for the basis of social security contributions (the thirty-fold rule) Taking into consideration: the controversy caused by the proceedings of the Act of December 15th, 2017 amending the Act on the social […]