Since the global pandemic began, we have experienced tremendous economic and social change in Poland, as reflected in the shifting Polish laws regarding employees.
With our HR Space podcast series, our labour and employment lawyers in Warsaw aim to answer your key questions on employment law developments in Poland. We explore the challenges HR directors are facing in the current climate, helping businesses to navigate legislative developments in Poland so that they can ensure compliance and mitigate employment risks.
Our series consists of 10 episodes focusing on:
Transparency and predictability
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In the second episode of our HR Space podcast series, we discuss the cost implications for employers in Poland to consider when introducing remote working for their employees, including:
The type of remote work costs employers are obliged to cover following the introduction of the new remote work draft law in Poland
How these costs are to be reimbursed to employees, and the proposed minimum and maximum amounts to be paid by employers
Whether employers are required to reimburse the costs of employees who request remote work or whether this is applicable only to those employees who are instructed to remote work by employers