No dialog and cooperation, attempts to forcefully impose a vision of the administration and unwillingness to admit a mistake – these are the cardinal sins committed while establishing the State Register System (SRP), one of the flagship projects of Polish e-administration – such are the conclusions of a report by the Supreme Audit Office – to the surprise of no one.
“Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”: The Council of Ministers has recommended continued works on the draft of the act restricting retail on Sundays put forward by citizens. However, it has not specified how many retail-free Sundays there will be. According to expert of Employers of Poland Łukasz Kozłowski, gradual changes would be better than in instant full ban.
“Rzeczpospolita”: Officials could be given premiums for decisions against taxpayers. The Ministry of Finance vows to fix it. – Promoting a pro-fiscal approach would contradict the basic guidelines of guidelines of reforming the fiscal administration, such as changing the officials’ mentality – assesses expert of Employers of Poland Mariusz Korzeb.
– If you think that the new act on statutory auditors concerns only a professional niche, you are mistaken. The consequences of the proposed changes may be catastrophic for the stock exchange, the capital market and the economy as a whole – Vicepresident of Employers of Poland Piotr Kamiński wrote in “Gazeta Polska Codziennie”.
"Rzeczpospolita”: A ban on subcontracting auditors’ services may affect as many as every second statutory auditor and paralyze the market – experts warn. – The bill in its currently proposed form would practically remove auditors who conduct economic activity – assesses Piotr Kamiński, Vicepresident of Employers of Poland.
Observatory of Regional Labour Markets
Monitoring of labour market in a region involves diagnosis of basic supply and demand determinants influencing the situation on the market, analysis of historical and current trends as well as making forecasts for its development. All this is crucial for main stakeholders of the labour market, namely employers and employees, to adjust effectively to its natural changeability.