Tag: Company in Poland

19
Sep

Employees from Asia fill vacancies in Polish companies.

In Poland it is difficult for good and experienced welders. Unfortunately our schools do not prepare enough such specialists. On those of Ukraine we have no chance, because most of them employ Russian companies like Gazprom. So there are the Asian markets where the workers are good and they are now working in for eg. Saudi Arabia. It is only a matter of time before they are brought to us massively.

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11
Sep

An employee may or may not agree to have his or her salary transferred to a bank account.

The employer can not require the employee to set up a bank account for the payroll. Insisting on it, breaks the law. Then the injured person can report the case to the National Labour Inspectorate and apply for compensation. In exceptional situations, the boss can even be punished for his persistence.

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05
Sep

Lower ZUS contributions for the first three years of running a business. The government has a new idea.

The period of preferential payment of social security contributions will be extended to 3 years – proposed MRPiPS. The baseline would be 30 percent of the minimum wage in the first and second year of business and 60% in the third year.

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03
Sep

Start-ups in Poland are beginning to make money.

The Polish startup sector can not yet match the Californian prototype, but is slowly maturing, professionalizing and starting to make money.

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26
Aug

Balkan countries want to join the EU and tighten their co-operation.

Prime Ministers of the Western Balkans countries have agreed on a roadmap to deepen regional economic cooperation on Saturday. This is to be part of the process of integrating the countries of the region with the European Union.

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25
Aug

Poland & Iran – trade exchange dynamic improvement.

Following the abolition of sanctions imposed on Iran, Polish export to that country increased fivefold, and import from Iran to Poland increased sixfold, but the potential is much bigger.

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23
Aug

Poles are getting more entrepreneurial. The popularity of self-employment and the number of micro-businesses are growing.

Frustration, dissatisfaction and the need for independence are the main factors that motivate the Poles to set up their own business. Persons who choose to take such a step are aware of their competence, are not focused on deficiencies, are more prone to risk, and tolerate the possibility of error.

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19
Aug

Polish entrepreneurs will find it easier to gain financial EU support.

The amendment of the Implementation Act is intended to facilitate the use of EU grants. New regulations simplify the process of applying for funding and reduce red tape. They also form the institution of the Ombudsman for European Funds, which will take care of the interests of beneficiaries of EU funds. The change will benefit mainly from local governments and entrepreneurs who make the most use of EU funds.

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14
Aug

Steady increase of foreigners doing active business in Poland.

Year after year, the immigration wave intensifies, not only people looking for a job in Poland but as well the number of companies run by foreigners is increasing.

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23
Jul

Co-creating values with customers: motives and responsibility.

Without a doubt, a new role distribution in manufacturing processes between the company and the consumer, and the experience of co-creation becomes the basis of values. New producer-consumer relations create a number of new challenges both for company management and for the consumer. This requires new forms of cooperation (bonds), motivation, involvement and responsibility of the parties to these relations. Involving the customer in the process of co-creating values is supposed to play the key role, since it is the customer who is to determine what values the producer will create for consumers, and how it will communicate and deliver them.

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