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New members of the Employers of Poland


Employers of Poland welcome new members: Roche Poland and The Cyryl Ratajski Wielkopolska Province Association of Private Employers.


  • Roche Poland Sp. z o.o. (LLC)


The Roche Group, headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, is a leader among companies providing innovative solutions in the field of health care. It is the two cooperating departments - pharmaceuticals and diagnostics - that are the strength of the group.


80 000 people in 150 countries are employed by Roche worldwide.


Roche started its operations in Poland in 1923. The company's mission is to define new directions in medicine providing unique and effective solutions for the sake of human health and life. It also seeks to increase the availability of modern therapies for Polish patients. Roche in Poland has a modern offer including 32 preparations in such areas as oncology, nephrology, transplantology, rheumatology, neurology, cardiology and infectious diseases.


The company is also a leader in medical diagnostics and provides many diagnostic systems, enabling fast and accurate detection of diseases and to monitor their progress by doctors, laboratories, or by the patients themselves. It constantly cooperates with academic and medical circles.


Authorities: Jennifer Cook, Chairman of the Board


  • · Wielkopolski Związek Pracodawców Prywatnych im. Cyryla Ratajskiego (WZPP) (the Cyryl Ratajski Wielkopolska Province Association of Private Employers)

The association began its operations in 1994. It belongs to the founders of Lewiatan, the Polish Confederation of Private Employers.


The primary objective of WZPP is to protect the rights and interests of their members to trade unions, local authorities and the state administration and local self-government bodies. The Association also seeks the Wielkopolska Province’s economic competitiveness and success of local businesses.


The Association is open to more than 70 small and medium-sized businesses in areas throughout the Wielkopolska Province.


Authorities: Piotr Karol Potempa - Chairman of the Board (the mediator)