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Legislators restrict the extension of fixed-term contracts

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Date21 Dec 2015
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Due to an adjustment to the Labour Code, the Polish Parliament has restricted the period of the conclusion of fixed-term contracts to 33 months. By restricting the common practice, particularly among Polish employers, to employ the same workers over the years without justifying the reason for repeating fixed-term contracts (chain...
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Abandonment of work

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Date07 Aug 2014
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Abandonment does not terminate the contract The perspective of starting new employment, often on more favourable conditions than the previous ones, at times encourages employees to immediately leave the current employer. Sometimes an argument that urges them to abandon work is the requirement to start employment at the new company...
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More flexibleworking hours provisions concluded

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Date23 Jul 2013
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The Senate as the second chamber of the Polish Parliament has agreed to the amendments on the Labor Code adopted in early July by the Polish Parliament (Sejm). This opens the door for the introduction of more flexible working hour arrangements within the companies which stipulate an extension of the...
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