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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.



Organizational psychological research for members of Employers of Poland


The virtual Organizational Psychological Research Laboratory, established by an agreement between Employers of Poland and the Institute of Psychology at the Gdańsk University offers a.o. research of management competences, stress factors and job motivation.


The Laboratory conducts research in cooperation with the Business Psychology Research Laboratory at the Institute of Psychology of the Gdańsk University:


  • Management in practice

The research aims to find management skills, which have an impact on the realization of business goals and human resources management. A broad scope of methods and techniques enables profiled research in accordance with individual needs of the management: from competence research based on diagnosing characteristics and behavior to assessment based on the 360 degrees method.


  • Counterproductive behaviour and organizational participation levels

Identification of behavior which could have a negative impact on the organization, aimed at defining them and preparing a plan of changes. We also conduct a parallel research on organizational participation levels and areas in human resources management where competitive advantages could be found.


  • Levels and components of job motivation

We examine the motivational dispositions of individuals as the basis of purposeful action, the tendency to perceive occurrences in an individual manner and individual preferences in task realization.  


  • Work-life balance and organizational stress factors

The aim of the research is  to diagnose the manner in which employees address work-life balance, as well as to establish which issues related to maintaining that balance necessitate support from the company.


  • Analysis of the effectiveness of development efforts

We offer analyses of individual and organizational development needs and suggest appropriate methods of improving the employees’ competences.


  •  Negative consequences of ineffective communications processes

We use communication audit to identify communication obstacles and their importance to employees of various ranks, which allows the company to elaborate a strategy to deal with them within the organization’s means.