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Legislation Monitoring Centre
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.



New members join Employers of Poland

  • PwC


PwC is a global leader in professional consulting. Using the knowledge and skills of nearly 184 000 employees in 157 countries, it bases its relationships with clients on services provided in accordance with the principles of quality, transparency and honesty. PwC is present in Poland since 1990 and employs over 1700 specialists and supporting cadre in seven cities: Gdańsk, Katowice, Kraków, Łódź, Poznań, Wrocław and Warsaw. PwC's offer is aimed at companies active in all sectors of the economy – both to the biggest concerns and local family businesses.


PwC is a a socially responsible company – in 2005 it established the „Podaruj Siebie” Foundation, which aims to combat social exclusion. Employees are actively involved in its actions. PwC promotes pro-environment attitudes, pays attention to equality issues in the work environment and abides by the rules of ethics and business transparency.


Authorities: Olga Grygier-Siddons, Chairman of  PwC in Poland.


  • The Photovoltaic Industry Employers' Association


The Photovaoltaic Industry Employers Association was established in cooperation with Employers of Poland, as an answer to the challenges of the still unregulated photovoltaic market in Poland.


The Association aims to create the best possible environment for the development of this industry in Poland. This includes effective lobbying, the organization of conferences integrating the Polish photovoltaic market, educating the public in regards to the advantages and benefits of renewable energy sources and active support and participation in business projects related to photovoltaics.



The tasks of the Association are as folllows:

1. Protecting the rights and representing members' interests,

2. Promoting economic cooperation and member integration,

3. Representing members before trade unions, state administration and local government,

4. Presenting relevant legislative organs with legislative motions and opinions with regards to legal acts concerned with issues important for the renewable energy sector.


Among the members are producers, designers, potential users and substantive partners.


Members of the Photovoltaic Industry Employers' Association:
1. Wrocławskie Centrum Badań EIT+,
2. Viessmann,
3. Sol Invictus,
4. Corab,
5. MK Solar Energy,
6. Solteam,
7. Telekomunikacja Gminna,
8. Kancelaria Gospodarcza Euro-Infor,
9. Adapteq,
10. SVGE.


Authorities: Robert Karasek, Chairman of the Board.


  • Amgen Sp. z o.o.

Amgen is the biggest independent biotechnological company in the world. Established in 1980 in the USA, since 2004 it has also been present in Poland.


Amgen's mission is to use the newest scientific achievements to produce medication which improves the patients' conditions and in many cases saves their lives. Amgen uses genetic engineering and similar techniques to discover, develop and provide innovative medication. The company specializes in research and implementation of biological medication based on DNA recombination. Its portfolio includes products for  a.o. hematology, oncology, nephrology and bone biology.


Amgen is present in over 45 countries and employs over 17 000 people worldwide. 18 million patients all over the world use medication discovered and produced by Amgen.


Authorities: The Board of Directors, represented by Mr Marcin Hańczaruk – Board Member.