There are currently quite specific trends on the Polish labor market. On the one hand, we are dealing with the stabilization of wages, on the other hand, entrepreneurs are still struggling with the problem of not being able to find employees with appropriate education and experience. In the fight for an employee, companies increasingly resort to other than wage arguments. It is mainly about guaranteeing employees an appropriate career path, systematic implementation of innovations, flexible working hours, etc.
It is forecast that in the coming years the Polish labor market will continue to be the employee’s market, provided that it is a properly educated employee with qualifications tailored to his needs. Companies are still planning to hire new employees, and the most sought after professional groups are IT specialists, salespeople, production workers, finance specialists, etc. The biggest battle among companies is for highly qualified staff. Attention is drawn to the fact that employed persons demonstrate advanced digital, technical, sales and managerial skills. Communication and creativity are also included.
Polish enterprises are still planning wage increases, but it seems that in the coming years they will be lower than before. Now, he puts himself at those who apply for a job in a given place not only for financial reasons.