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Poland

Capital: Warsaw

Language: Polish

Currency: Polish Złoty (PLN)

Payroll Cycle: Monthly

Paid Time Off:  Employees who worked less than 10 years - 20 days; Employees who worked more than 10 years - 26 days; Employees who have a degree or a master's degree and worked more than 2 years - 26 days; Days off are counted from the bottom up, so the employee is entitled to 1.66 vacation days after working each month.

Public Holidays: New Year's Day - 1st January; Epiphany - 6th January; Easter Sunday; Easter Monday; Labor Day - 1st May; Constitution Day - 3rd May; Whit Sunday - 23rd May; Corpus Christi - 3rd June; Assumption Day - 15th August; All Saints' Day - 1st November; Independence Day - 11th November; Christmas Day - 25th December.

Individual Income Tax:  The individual income tax is determined by a variety of factors, including marital status, income level, and so on. The average ranges from 17% to 32%; 17% up to PLN 85,528.00; 32% above PLN 85,528.00.

Employer Cost: Approximately 16-20% of employee salary

Employment Contract Details: Employment contracts must be in writing.

 
 

Probation Period: The maximum probation period is three months.

Minimum Wage Requirements: The monthly minimum wage is PLN 2,800.

Working hours and overtime: The maximum working time is 8 hours per day, with an average of 40 hours per week from Monday to Friday.


 

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