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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.



Polish members of the European Parliament start a five-year term


On June 2nd, the European Parliament started a new five-year term. – Treaty changes have strengthened the position of this institution, which now has a tangible influence on most EU legislation, including – first and foremost  – the economy  –  reminds expert of Employers of Poland Piotr Wołejko.  


Polish parliament members will face a stern test right from the off, as the future of EU energy and climate policies is currently being decided in Brussels. If it is continued in accordance with recent declarations, many industries – mining, energy, steel mills, the chemical industry  – could have serious problems. Excessively restrictive CO2 emission norms will  cause a decrease in activities of the so-called energy-consuming industries, which will lead to increased unemployment.  


Apart from climate policy, the parliament will also work on regulations regarding practically all aspects of business activity, including deregulation proposed by the European Commission. The EU executive has come to the sensible conclusion that entrepreneurs have to deal with excessive obligations, requirements and costs. This is particularly true for small and medium enterprises. Our parliament members should actively participate in shaping a new economic order. In addition to the activities of employers’ organizations at a domestic level, their engagement in  Europe can contribute to a true qualitative change, which will free small businesses of unnecessary obligations and costs.  


Piotr Wołejko, expert of Employers of Poland