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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.

25 years in brief

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Presentation of the jubilee logo of Employers of Poland – January 11 2014

2014-02-28
On Saturday, January 11, during a gala at the National Stadium in Warsaw, the prestigious awards of Employers of Poland – Vectors and Super Vector 2013 - were presented, in what was the twelfth edition of the event.
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The Polish Economy Congress – April 23-24 2013

2014-02-27
The Polish Economy Congress (PKG), organized by Employers of Poland, was established as a platform for the exchange of ideas on ways to create the value of Polish economy in global competition.
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The Canada-Poland Business Summit – October 2012

2014-02-26
The Summit, initiated and organized by Employers of Poland and the Canadian Employers Council, took place on October 9-10 in Calgary and Toronto, gathering entrepreneurs from Poland and Canada.
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Inauguration meeting of the Polish section of BIAC by OECD, September 13 2012

2014-02-25
The inauguration of the Polish Section of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) by the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) took place on September 13 2012 at the headquarter of Employers of Poland.
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Participation in works on the act on flexible working time – 2010-2013

2014-02-24
Since 2010, Employers of Poland have suggested introducing changes in regulations regarding working time. Proposed changes included a new definition of a 24-hour working cycle, enabling the employee to decide when to start and finish work within an established timeframe or the possibility of granting time off in exchange for overtime work.
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