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Złoty (PLN)

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Employer of Record in Poland.

G-P’s Employer of Record (EOR) model allows your company to start hiring talent in minutes via our global entity infrastructure. Unlike a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), G-P allows your company to expand your global footprint without the hassle of entity setup and management.

As a global EOR expert, we manage payroll, employment contract best practices, statutory and market norm benefits, employee expenses, as well as severance and termination. You’ll have peace of mind knowing you have a team of dedicated employment experts assisting with every hire. G-P allows you to harness the talent of the brightest people in 180+ countries around the world, quickly and easily.

13Holidays per year
40hours per weekWorking hours per day or month
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Payroll in Poland.

If you want to establish a presence in the European Union (EU), Poland is an excellent place to do so. The country uses its own currency — the Polish zloty (PLN) — but has a hiring and onboarding process similar to other EU countries.

Hiring in PlPoland.

When you’re recruiting and hiring in a new country, you’ll need to understand cultural nuances as well as employment laws. Poland’s employment regulations can seem complicated for employers that have never hired an employee in the country. However, Poland employment compliance and other EU countries’ laws share some similarities.

Compensation & Benefits in Poland.

Compensating employees is a critical part of your company’s growth process. Different countries have various minimum wage laws, bonus requirements, and payment methods that you must learn before adding employees to your payroll. Another equally vital area is benefits. Failing to provide guaranteed benefits could lead to fines, and failure to offer the appropriate supplemental benefits will cause employees to look for positions elsewhere.

PLN3,600 per monthMinimum wage per month
20-26daysAnnual vacation leave (min)

Poland Subsidiary.

While Poland is an excellent place to scale a company and make a mark in the European Union (EU), incorporation in the country might be challenging without the proper preparation, expertise, and guidance.

Work visas & permits in PolandTypes of work visasRequirements to obtain a visaApplication processImportant considerations

Poland Visas & Permits.

Is your company planning to scale in Poland? If so, you’ll need a talented group of employees to make the move. It can be challenging to obtain permits for international employees to live and work in Poland, as the priority goes to local nationals. However, understanding the process and requirements for obtaining visas and work permits can help.


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