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The labour market in Poland and its impact on the economy in terms of COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine


[ 1 ] Wydział Ekonomiczny, Akademia im. Jakuba z Paradyża | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[6.1] Economics and finance
[6.6] Management and quality studies

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PL Rynek pracy w Polsce i jego wpływ na gospodarkę w aspekcie COVID-19 i wojny na Ukrainie

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  • labour market
  • unemployment
  • staff mobility
  • workforce competence development
  • rynek pracy
  • bezrobocie
  • mobilność kadr
  • rozwój kompetencji pracowniczych

EN The labour market in Poland is one of the most stable in Europe following the COVID-19 pande mic and changes in the aspect of the war in Ukraine. Surveys conducted among entrepreneurs confirm concerns about instability and turbulence in the economy but indicate optimism about the future and development in the industries concerned. Despite personnel changes in the face of the war in Ukraine, where, on the one hand, a large group of workers (mainly men) left Poland and, on the other hand, a group of workers (mainly women) emerged who wanted to take up employment, the labour market in Poland did not record significant changes. The pandemic contributed to changes in the Labour Code and the use of remote working, which was highly anticipated by employees and employers. The pandemic conditions pointed employers in the direction of development in human resources management.

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77 - 88



Skuteczne zarządzanie organizacjami. Tom I

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