The European Economic Congress – the biggest economic event in Central Europe – starts tomorrow in Katowice. It’s 8th edition will last 3 days (18-20 May 2016) and will be held in the International Conference Centre. Read More
On January the 1st 2016 the minimum wage in Poland was increased to 100 PLN (gross). According to the Regulation of Council of Ministers from the 11th of September 2015 every full –time employee shall receive at least a minimum salary of 1850 PLN (gross). Read More
On the 22nd of February 2016 significant changes concerning fixed term contracts shall come into force. The most important ones relate to the duration of the contract, the number of contracts the parties may conclude and contract’s period of notice.
If you are considering setting up a business in Poland it might be useful to check if your business partners in Poland really exist. After reading this note you will be able to discover most of the important facts about your potential business partner without the need to spend money on detectives or professional business information agency :)
As I wrote previously my goal on this blog is to provide you with practical knowledge of running business in Poland and give you useful advice concerning how to overcome everyday legal problems in your business, however at the beginning I would like to briefly present you a general outlook of the Polish legal system.
Not long ago Poland was celebrating the 25th anniversary of regaining independence. Since the fall of the communism Polish economy has been growing rapidly and became the sixth biggest player on the European market. It may seem that such a rapid growth is a result of the business surrounding which enables doing business easily. According to World Bank Group’s Flagship Report “Doing Business 2015” Read More