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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.



Polish Entrepreneurship Council – reactivation


Employers of Poland and five other of the biggest Polish employers’ organizations have resolved to reactivate the Polish Entrepreneurship Council. The objective is to cooperate in implementing Minister Morawiecki’s plan.


– How to kickstart the growth of Polish economy, how to introduce Polish companies on international markets? These are the issues to be discussed in the fall, at this year’s Entrepreneurship Congress. Experts of Employers of Poland are already working on it – ­said the President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski at a press conference devoted to the new opening in the Council.


Employers of Poland, Polish Business Council, Polish Crafts Association, Lewiatan, Business Centre Club and Polish Chamber of Commerce want to use the Council and Congress as an opportunity to get involved in the works on the Responsible Growth Plan elaborated by Deputy Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.


– The plan presented by the government early this year is a sketch providing a framework for a thorough program. We hope that detailed propositions appear later this year – said Henryka Bochniarz, President of Lewiatan. – The general idea of the plan deserves to be supported.


President Malinowski emphasized the role of growth and technological innovation in today’s economy as a necessary condition of generating high profit. In his opinion, a thorough reconstruction of the law is needed in order for Polish economy to be modern. – We hope that the new administration leaves behind the unedifying past defined by the joyous creativity of ministerial officials hoping that cosmetic changes in bills and regulations will set off an avalanche of innovation – summarized the President of Employers of Poland.


– The Morawiecki Plan is a challenge for us, we want to get engaged in it – said Grzegorz Hajdarowicz, Deputy Chairman of the Polish Business Council. – The economy should serve the people, it is not  a value in itself. Several millions of Poles left the country during the terms of the previous governments and the trend is set to continue. We have to consider how to attract foreign workforce and how to convince those who left for Great Britain, USA or Germany – he stressed.