Temporary work agency in Poland.

Temporary work agency in Poland: What investors need to know before establishing it.

At the beginning, mostly construction and production firms were attracted by the possibility of temporary employment. Nowadays, many companies decide to focus on temporary empoyment so the demand for both temporary and contract workers in Poland has been rising.

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Business support service in Poland

Business support service in poland became a significant industry in the country.

When you ask  foreigners which Polish cities they have heard about they usually say Warsaw and Cracow. Soon, there is a good chance that Wroclaw will be a well know Polish city in the financial industry within the EU.

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Public Procurement Law in Poland

As per Public Procurement Law in Poland, there are 8 procedures for awarding public contracts:

  1. Open tendering (przetarg nieograniczony)
  2. Restricted tendering (przetarg ograniczony)
  3. Negotiated procedure with publication (negocjacje z ogłoszeniem)
  4. Negotiated procedure without publication (negocacje bez ogłoszenia)
  5. Single source procurement (zamówienie z wolnej ręki)
  6. Competitive dialogue (dialog konkurencyjny)
  7. Request for quotation (zapytanie o cenę)
  8. Electronic auction (aukcja elektroniczna)

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How to register a representative office in Poland

How to register a representative office in Poland?

As of January 1, 2012 some changes have been introduced to the rules governing the creation of representative office in Poland.

Procedures and requirements to establish a representative office in Poland are governed by the Act on the Freedom of Business Activity. Companies planning to open a representative office in Poland do not need to apply for permit from the Ministry of Economy prior to establishing its representative office.

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How to establish a branch in Poland.

How to establish a branch in Poland. Procedures and requirements to establish a branch in Poland are governed by the Act on the Freedom of Business Activity and Act on the National Court Registry.

Foreign companies planning to establish a branch in Poland are treated in the same way as Polish companies. A branch does not have a separate legal personality and may not conduct any economic activity beyond the scope of its parent company.

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