Employing in Poland
Hiring employees in Poland is easy when you are equipped to know its employment laws, benefits, payroll, and tax systems. Employ and onboard talents from Poland successfully with the information below.
According to the Employment Law, under Article 29 of the Polish Labor Code, employment contracts must be in writing and must provide a written statement related to the settlements in the parties of the contract. The contract depends on the kind and the duration of the work but must adhere to the Polish Labor Code.
The written contracts must be in Polish but bilingual contracts are permitted however, Polish must be prevailing.
The probationary period for employees is up to three months.