The Employers of Poland support most of the solutions of the amendment to the bill, adopted by the Council of Ministers, concerning working time. - We draw attention to the fact , however, that after cross-ministerial consultations they found in the project a provision that will significantly impede employers to utilize the most important instrument provided for in the amendment , i.e., the 12-month accounting periods - say the experts of the Employers of Poland.
The employer will have to prepare a time schedule for a minimum of two months. Then the employee should receive an individual schedule of work at least two weeks prior to its start. That will cause the need for the preparation of time schedules for employees 6 times during the 12-month period and they will have to be informed about it well in advance. According to the Employers of Poland, that will be a burdensome and bureaucratic duty for companies.