środa, Marzec 7, 2018
Visegrad country citizens who are legally employed and work in Poland have the right to enforce their rights in Polish courts. State Labour Inspectorate An employer who does not confirm the employment contract in writing is committing a misdemeanor. If this...
Persons working in Poland should avoid being hired on the basis of a civil law contract. They are often called “junk” contracts, as employment based on them is much less favorable to the employee than an employment contract. This is...
In addition to terminating an employment contract with an employee, the employer may also change its conditions during the term of the contract. IMPORTANT! Pay particular attention to the following issues when changes are made to your employment contract: Changes to...
When working under an employment contract, employees have the right to: The minimum wage. As of January 1, 2016, the gross minimum wage in Poland is 1850.00 PLN per month. Social security contributions and income tax advances are deducted...
You can be employed in Poland on the basis of the following types of employment contracts: permanent employment contract (for an indefinite period) – this is the most advantageous from the point of view of workers’ rights; fixed-term employment...