Polska Polska
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Legislation Monitoring Centre
In Poland there is neither an internet portal nor an institution for employers responsible for monitoring the legislation process of regulations that determine the rules for business activity. At present employers  learn about changes in the law mainly from mass media or simply through the grapevine, usually with delay.



Vectors and Super Vectors (Wektor and Super Wektor) are annual awards granted by the Employers of Poland (former Confederation of Polish Employers) since 2002. This is a prestigious distinction not only in the world of economy, but also in the world of politics, culture, and media. Only the best receive them. The Wector awards are usually presented during the Annual Employers’ Ball.

Vector are presented to those who in various business areas indicate exemplary directions for others to follow. The prize-winners are authors of innovative solutions of practical value to the Polish economy and society. The Vectors are also granted for an activity which brings benefits to the Polish economy and creates a conducive atmosphere for the development of entrepreneurship.
Super Vecor are exceptionally special awards. They are granted for outstanding achievements whose positive impact reach far into the future. The Super Vectors are given to people who have contributed to common well- being through their hard work, who are able to put aside differences, who are open-minded and identify themselves with aims of the whole of society.
Vector - figurine taking a step with head held high who does not withdraw in the face of adversity. A statuette designed by Michal Kubiak has quickly gained recognition and prestige among Polish entrepreneurs.