Polish Employment Law – EY Academy of Business

Polish Employment Law

You come to Poland, you have been given a managerial position in the country in the heart of Europe. On the second day of the job your co-worker fails to show up at work calling and asking for a “leave on demand”. After several months you allegedly cannot refuse to give a bonus to a second employee, because it ‘is in accordance with the regulations’, and when you decide to part ways with this worker, who in your view definitely does not fit with the company, you are told that you have to give him/her your reasons for the dismissal in writing, having checked prior whether he/she is not a member of a trade union, because then you would have to ask such a trade union for approval… is everybody trying to mislead you?

Is everybody trying to take advantage of your lack of knowledge of Polish regulations? If you would like to find out how to efficiently manage employees in Poland while abiding by Polish labor law and without getting crazy – come to our training!

This intensive one-day course will be conducted in English and will provide attendees with an understanding of Polish employment law.

 

It is recommended for directors, managers, team leaders of various departments, as well as HR departments.

  • What should be kept in mind in the employment process?
  • What data can you ask for from a candidate or an employee, what documents can be required?
  • Monitoring of employees
  • What should be kept in mind during the period of employment?
  • How to master various cultural differences, e.g. in shared services centers?
  • Obligation to respect the dignity and personal rights of an employee
  • Employer’s responsibility for relations in the work place.
  • How to change the contract during the period of employment?
  • How to set and calculate remuneration?
  • How to plan and calculate working time?
  • How to plan and calculate vacation days as well as other days off from work
  • What if an employee is a parent?
  • How to calculate sick leave
  • How to apply regulation penalties and pecuniary fines?
  • How to terminate an employment contract?
  • What is a work certificate?
Polish Employment Law

You come to Poland, you have been given a managerial position in the country in the heart of Europe. On the second day of the job your co-worker fails to show up at work calling and asking for a “leave on demand”. After several months you allegedly cannot refuse to give a bonus to a second employee, because it ‘is in accordance with the regulations’, and when you decide to part ways with this worker, who in your view definitely does not fit with the company, you are told that you have to give him/her your reasons for the dismissal in writing, having checked prior whether he/she is not a member of a trade union, because then you would have to ask such a trade union for approval… is everybody trying to mislead you?

Is everybody trying to take advantage of your lack of knowledge of Polish regulations? If you would like to find out how to efficiently manage employees in Poland while abiding by Polish labor law and without getting crazy – come to our training!

For whom?

This intensive one-day course will be conducted in English and will provide attendees with an understanding of Polish employment law.

 

It is recommended for directors, managers, team leaders of various departments, as well as HR departments.

Programme
  • What should be kept in mind in the employment process?
  • What data can you ask for from a candidate or an employee, what documents can be required?
  • Monitoring of employees
  • What should be kept in mind during the period of employment?
  • How to master various cultural differences, e.g. in shared services centers?
  • Obligation to respect the dignity and personal rights of an employee
  • Employer’s responsibility for relations in the work place.
  • How to change the contract during the period of employment?
  • How to set and calculate remuneration?
  • How to plan and calculate working time?
  • How to plan and calculate vacation days as well as other days off from work
  • What if an employee is a parent?
  • How to calculate sick leave
  • How to apply regulation penalties and pecuniary fines?
  • How to terminate an employment contract?
  • What is a work certificate?

Price

PLN 1250 net

Location

Online

Date

22 November 2022

 

Course from 9.00 to 16.30

Contact

Monika Kacprzykowska

Course coordinator

  • +48 789 407 575
  • monika.kacprzykowska@pl.ey.com