On September 23rd, the Polish Business Roundtable held the debate „Voices of Reason: What do political parties offer entrepreneurs?,” which we organized in cooperation with a leading Polish think tank Polityka Insight. Representatives of the largest election committees took part in the debate.
Law and Justice was represented by Leszek Skiba (Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Finance), MP Izabela Leszczyna spoke on behalf of the Civic Platform, Marek Sawicki (former Minister of Agriculture) presented the position of the Polish People’s Party, and MP Robert Kwiatkowski was a representative of the Left Committee. The debate was chaired by Jacek Olechowski, Vice-President of the Polish Business Roundtable, and Adam Czerniak, PhD, Chief Economist of Polityka Insight.
During the discussion, the participants answered numerous questions concerning tax burdens, social security contributions, wages, investment support, labor immigration, and other issues affecting the relations between the state and entrepreneurs.
On January 18th, Małgorzata Durska, Executive Director of the Polish Business Roundtable, presented the Career Program at the fourth edition of the interdisciplinary conference“UCL Leaders: Poland in a Global World” organized by the association of Polish students at the University College London (UCL). “UCL Leaders: Poland in a Global World” is a conference which aims […]
The Polish Business Roundtable hosted the Gala of the 16th edition of Career Program, which offers paid internships for students and alumni of Polish and international universities. On November 7th, the participants of last year’s edition of the Program and graduates from previous years met with representatives of employers, including members of the Polish Business […]
The Polish Confederation of Private Employers’ Lewiatan and 54 other employers’ organizations have called Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to maintain the limit on contributions to the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS). A draft budget for 2020 presented by the Polish government assumes an elimination of this limit. In the appeal, employers’ organizations warn that the elimination […]