Army contracts, such as the one for the acquisition of helicopters, have to take the economic interests of the country into account – this is the basic conclusion from a debate at the offices of the press company Polskapresse, attended by representatives of Employers of Poland.
We present the costs of promises made by candidates for president of Poland. They were made from the perspective of public finances – which is why they do not include a.o. the estimated costs of changing the currency of denominated CHF loans.
All signs suggest that the regulations on fixed-term contracts will be changed before the end of this term. It would be one of the more significant amendments to the Labour Code in the last few years as it significantly modifies the rules currently in force. The most recent meeting of the HR Platform of Employers of Poland was devoted to this problem.
April saw a further improvement of Poland’s economic condition. The assessment of the current situation is the best since midway through last year and companies’ prognoses are the best since March 2014 – these are the showings of the Entrepreneurs’ Optimism Index, elaborated based on a survey conducted among members of Employers of Poland.
– We do not want any privileges, but we demand that the rule that irresolvable tax doubts are always interpreted in favour of the taxpayer, which in Europe is considered a standard, is also finally introduced in Poland – says Andrzej Malinowski, the President of Employers of Poland.
Observatory of Regional Labour Markets
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