1. Minimum Wage Increase The minimum wage for 2020 is PLN 2,600.00 gross per month. This increase will impact on several employment-related benefits, such as the night work allowance, minimum base for the calculation of sick pay or the amount exempt from deductions. The minimum hourly rate for persons working... Read More →
Dear Sir/Madam, getsix Services as an affiliate of the getsix Group proudly announces that our team has successfully completed the process and acquired the certified for Microsoft Dynamics (CfMD) for Polish HR & Payroll for Dynamics NAV 2017. These HR & Payroll modules are designed with the aim of having... Read More →
From 2019, some companies will be required to create ‘Employee Capital Plans’ for their employees, as part of additional pension schemes. This obligation will be phased in, with companies with more than 250 employees affected. The minimum contribution paid by an employer and also the employee should be 3.5%. Employees... Read More →
With effect from 1st January, 2018 the minimum wage rates in Poland have been reorganised. Compared to the previous year, the minimum earnings have increased by 100 zlotys gross. A new minimum hourly rate will also apply in the new year. The amendment in the area of the ‘Minimum Wage... Read More →
In this year an important regulation for the whole of Polish society came into effect. After the parliament, which was dominated by the PiS party in the past year, it has once again overturned the previously agreed pension reform, the official retirement age as of the 1st October 2017, will... Read More →
Self-employed and entrepreneurs must pay considerably higher social security contributions in 2017. The increase is due to the projected average earnings in the economy this year. The amount of tax on the national budget is 4,263.00 PLN. That is 208.00 PLN more than last year.
The statutory minimum wage was increased for the year 2017 from 1,850.00 PLN to 2,000.00 PLN (around 465 EUR). The minimum wage regulation applies to full-time employees.
As announced in the election manifesto the PiS government introduced a draft law, which should be introduced from 1st July, 2016, the introduction of a statutory minimum hourly wage. The minimum hourly performed wage amounts to 12 Polish zloty (around 3 euros).
1. For this coming year, 2016, the minimum wage has been increased to 1,850 PLN (approx. 450 EURO) for a full-time job. 2. The rules for temporary contracts and the related notice periods, are changed as follows. As of 22nd February, 2016, an employer will be able to enter into... Read More →
Any companies which organises a company event can offset the expenses occurred under certain conditions for tax purposes. By contrast, an employee who participates in a business celebration or event should not receive any monetary benefit, which would then be taxable.