Many experts claim that in the new socio-economic reality of Poland the Social Labour Inspection does not fulfill the role for which it was created. Therefore, the Employers of Poland hosted a debate on the necessity of amendments in the Social Labour Inspection Act.
Representatives of the Social Labour Inspection enjoy special protection against dismissal – to the same extent as trade unionists. However, Polish law does not limit the number of Social Labour Inspections that can be established within one union. This leads to the situation where several dozen of Social Labour Inspections, elected by trade unions, operate in only one company.
A detailed summary of the debate: coming soon.