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Hiring a remote team in a country as Poland comes with a lot of overhead, such as compliance, local laws, taxes, etc. As a company, you don't want to worry about knowing all the local laws. Instead you want to focus on your remote team and the business. Rivermate's Employer of Record (EOR) solution helps companies hire remote employees in Poland. We take care of global payroll, taxes, benefits, compliance and HR activities. So you can focus on growing your business.

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1. Hire a remote team in Poland with Rivermate

Payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance can be difficult to manage in Poland, particularly if you don't have established local relationships. You can hire employees in Poland effectively, conveniently, and in full compliance with all relevant labor laws using Rivermate's global Employer of Record (EOR) solution. We handle the responsibilities and legal risks associated with foreign employment so you can concentrate on growing your company.

2. Introduction

Rivermate is a global employment solutions company that provides Employer of Record services in Poland.

As an employer of record, we help you hire employees and run payroll services in Poland, allowing you to avoid the necessity of first establishing a branch office or subsidiary in Poland.

It is not necessary to establish an entity in order to hire an employee. We can hire your employee in any country with a few mouse clicks. Using our Employer of Record solution, you can have full compliance, benefits, and automated payments.

If you wish to hire a remote team in Poland or individually hire remote employees in Poland, Rivermate’s global employer of record services will make sure that the process will be as seamless as possible for you.

Send us a message so we can talk about how Rivermate’s Employer of Record Poland services can best help your company!

3. Hire a remote team in Poland

Poland, a country in central Europe, has a vibrant cultural background. It has a diverse geography and is endowed with beautiful scenery. Everything visually appealing, from palaces and handcrafted jewelry to food and cuisine, can be found here.

Covid-19 had spread throughout Poland by March 2020. The economic sector was also severely impacted by this pandemic. However, according to KPMG's government and institution measures in response to Covid-19, the Polish government supports the system through financial packages and assistance. Poland is currently recovering from the pandemic's aftermath. It was one of the least impacted areas in the European Union.

According to the OECD Better Life Index, Poland performs well in some data-driven measures of well-being. According to them, Poland has better health, education, jobs and earnings, work-life balance, social security, civic engagement, and housing facilities than the average.

4. Cost of living in Poland

Poland's cost of living is $814, which is 1.15 times less expensive than the global average. Poland ranked 99th out of 197 countries in terms of cost of living and 42nd in terms of quality of life.

In Poland, the average after-tax salary is $899, which is enough to cover living expenses for 1.1 months.

5. Cost of renting in Poland

The average cost of rent in Poland varies depending on location.

1. In Gdansk, the average monthly rent is between USD 600 and USD 1500.

2. In Poznan, the average monthly rent is between USD 500 and USD 1200.

3. In Wroclaw, the average monthly rent is between USD 550 and USD 1250.

4. In Katowice, the average monthly rent is between USD 420 and USD 880.

5. In Lodz, the average monthly rent is between USD 350 and USD 950.

6. In Krakow, the average monthly rent is between USD 500 and USD 1500.

7. In Warsaw, the average monthly rent is between USD 650 and USD 1800.

8. In Bialystok, the average monthly rent is between USD 250 and USD 650.

6. Major industries in Poland

For decades, three major industries dominated the Polish economy: agriculture, manufacturing, and mining. Even though agriculture and manufacturing continue to play important roles in the country's future, they are gradually losing ground to newly emerging industries.

Automotive

The automotive industry is a vital part of the Polish economy. Its importance is mirrored in the labor market. The automotive manufacturing industry employs approximately 180,000 people, making it the country's fourth largest industrial employer.

Business Services

The Business Services Sector, which includes BPO, IT, SSC, and R&D firms, is one of Poland's fastest growing industries. It benefits from the global trend of centralized back office functions, where the availability of skilled and dedicated employees, as well as labor cost arbitrage, are the most important factors when deciding on future business locations.

Defense and aerospace

Poland has embarked on an ambitious plan to invest in and modernize its armed forces. When combined with the statutory target of military spending at 2% of GDP (one of the highest among NATO countries, and set to rise in the not-too-distant future), the outlook for the Polish defense sector appears promising.

Information and Communications Technology

Poland maintains its leading position as a near-shore destination for Western and Northern European ICT firms. Poland was also the 'number one' destination in the CEE region for R&D projects, primarily driven by international software firms.

Outsourcing

Furthermore, the ICT industry has an impact on the growth of the outsourcing sector in Poland. The average year-on-year growth of this sector in Poland is estimated to be around 20%, and according to the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, Poland is home to more than 40% of all outsourcing centers in CEE.

Infrastructure

The main criterion of prosperity considered by key policy stakeholders in Poland is closing the infrastructure gap between modern society's demands and current capabilities. Since Poland's accession to the EU, investments in various types of infrastructure have played a critical role in the country's economic convergence.

7. Hiring cost in Poland

The salary range is average, with a higher maximum salary. It covers all housing, transportation, and benefits. Each job has a different salary range.

Engineers have the most demanding and secure jobs in Poland. Engineers are needed in industries and service sectors. Foreigners with experience, skills, and Polish language proficiency can also apply. Skilled professionals are also required in the research sector.

8. Employment laws Poland

Poland employment compliance entails a number of factors, beginning with your employment contract. There are two types of employment contracts that differ in length:

- Short-term contracts may only include a three-month probation period.

- Fixed-term contracts are available for up to 33 months of work and can be renewed three times. If the same parties enter into a fixed-term contract for the fourth time in a row, or if the total period of employment in the contract exceeds 33 months, the contract becomes open-ended.

You must follow the terms of the contract you choose. If you hire a Poland employee for a probationary period, the terms of that period should be outlined in the employment contract. If the agreement does not specify working hours, payment frequency, or annual leave entitlements, you must notify the employee in writing within seven days of the contract's start date.

9. Top skills Poland

If you are an employer and are looking to hire in Poland, these are the specific skills required for remote jobs in Poland:

1. When compared to the salary ranges of job profiles in Poland, a person with technical knowledge in either hardware or software can get a high-paying job. Work ranging from website development to software engineering is in high demand. As a result, workers are expected to have skills ranging from basic software operations and accounting to cloud computing or artificial intelligence.

2. Communication skills (preferably in Polish): Knowing the Polish language is advantageous in finding work and communicating with clients and coworkers in Poland.

3. Interpersonal skills: There are many jobs in the service sector that require interaction skills. These jobs necessitate soft skills such as effective communication and interaction.

4. Mathematical abilities, critical thinking abilities, and higher-order problem-solving abilities: Logical thinking is required to solve the customers' problems and suggest possible solutions. Additionally, new and authentic content that fosters higher-order thinking skills must be developed. Accounting and finance jobs require strong mathematical skills.

5. Flexibility and time management: Workers must be able to plan ahead of time in order to meet deadlines and maintain a work-life balance. This reduces stress and makes better use of available time.

10. Economic landscape in Poland

According to the World Bank, Covid-19 had the least impact on the Polish economy. However, GDP will fall by around 3% in 2020. It was the first contraction in output in more than 20 years. To reduce poverty and boost growth, well-planned financial programs were implemented. The business environment and wages both improved.

During the pandemic, Poland faced numerous challenges. The government sector attempted to support the economy by ensuring the flow of money and by assisting their people through good policies. In addition, the aging population complicates labor supply. With the decrease in pandemic intensity and cases, all sectors will be revitalized soon. ‚Äć

11. Market size in Poland

According to the International Trade Administration, Poland has a thriving market. Foreigners are drawn to the area because of its high quality of life, education, competitive workforce, and strategic location.

Among the new EU member states, it has the largest single market. According to the World Bank, Poland has the tenth largest economy in terms of GDP growth in 2019 (592 billion USD), with an average growth rate of 4%.

Many factors, including increased exports, infrastructure spending, and capital investment by foreign agencies (particularly US-based firms), low unemployment, and rising wages, are all contributing to economic growth. Poland has a record bilateral trade of USD 14.33 billion, a 6.55 percent increase over previous years.

12. Minimum wage in Poland

The current minimum wage in Poland is 2,800 PLN.

13.Why choose Rivermate to hire your remote team in Poland?

Establishing an entity in Poland to hire a team takes time, money, and effort. The labor law in Poland has strong worker employment protection, requiring great attention to details and a thorough awareness of local best practices. Rivermate makes expanding into Poland simple and effortless. We can assist you with hiring your preferred talent, managing HR and payroll, and ensuring compliance with local legislation without the hassle of establishing a foreign branch office or subsidiary. Our PEO and Global Employer of Record (EOR) solutions in Poland give you peace of mind so you can focus on running your business. Please contact us if you'd like to learn more about how Rivermate can help you hire employees in Poland via our Employer of Record (EOR) / PEO solution.

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