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It is time for Polish companies to make their name in European institutions


Polish companies are successful on European markets.  Maybe it is time for them to be active in European structures of employers’ organizations as well. This is the message that the representatives of the European Centre of Employers and Enterprises Providing Public Services – an organization advocating the interests of business in European institutions – wanted to convey to Polish entrepreneurs.


Employers of Poland hosted the President of CEEP Hans-Joachim Reck and Valeria Ronzitti, General Secretary of the organization.


Apart from visiting our headquarters, they also attended meeting with state administration in the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, Ministry of Treasury and Ministry of Economy.


Here is what they had to say on the position of entrepreneurs in social dialog on the national and European level.


Hans-Joachim Reck, President of CEEP



Valeria Ronzitti, General Secretary of CEEP