The President of the Employers of Poland, Andrzej Malinowski, and the representatives of other organizations of employers met with Prime Minister, Donald Tusk. They showed the Prime Minister their demands, concerning among others the government's economic policy and the way of conducting social dialogue, as well as problems related to the issue of public procurement and activity of the tax administration.
The Meeting with the Prime Minister, Donald Tusk, was the head of the government’s response to the letter in which the heads of employers' organizations addressed the problem of breaking social dialogue by the trade unions and the government’s responsibility for the state of the economy and public institutions.
The Employers offered a willingness to talk and participate in a real dialogue on key issues for Poland. In the letter they critically evaluated the decision of the three trade unions - The Solidarity Trade Union, The All-Poland Alliance of Trade Unions and the Trade Unions’ Forum - about breaking the meeting of the Trilateral Commission.