– Everyone knows that neglecting health may be costly. However, one can harm health in two ways. The first one, typical for most people, is to simply live in a way that causes their body to give in – President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski writes in “Rzeczpospolita”.
Innovation, namely state-of-the-art therapeutic methods, medicine and medical products – but also data processing technologies – is the cure for the ills plaguing the Polish healthcare system.
Networking and exchange of know-how among entrepreneurs interested in projects in a partnership formula was the focus of Mazovian Partnership Days, held on September 20th – 21st. Employers of Poland were a partner of the event.
Two thirds of Poles believe that their productivity would increase if their health improved and 68 percent believe that their company should take care of it. The current model of occupational healthcare does not answer contemporary market needs.
– Deregulating the economy is much like the yeti: many talk about it, but nobody has ever seen it. Another attempt to remove unnecessary and costly administrative barriers, the “100 changes for companies” package, will be met with heroic opposition on the part of all kinds of offices and officials – write Arkadiusz Pączka and Piotr Wołejko.
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.