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HR regulations change in Poland

After several tax changes for 2023, Poland updates HR regulations as well.

Business trips

There will be a new per diem rate for business trips as of 1 January 2023. As a consequence, the lump sums for transport travel expenses and for overnight stays will also change.

  • a per diem for a business trip – PLN 45
  • lump sum to cover the costs of travelling by public transport – PLN 9
  • lump sum for an overnight stay – PLN 67.5
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Employee Capital Plans

If an employee does not wish to save in a PPK, then they must, once again, submit a written declaration resigning from the scheme to the employer. If the employee does not make such a declaration, the employer will have to start making contributions for that employee from April 1st, 2023.

Labour Law (should take effect in Q1 2023)

  • The concept of remote working – will be agreed upon between the employer and the employee and included in the remote working regulations
  • Legal grounds for employers to carry out preventive checks for the presence of alcohol or substances acting similarly to alcohol in the bodies of their employees
  • Measures enabling greater use of flexible working arrangements
  • Changes to parental leave and maternity benefits
  • New rules on paternity leave
  • New carer’s leave and leave of absence for urgent family reasons

For more content about reforms in Poland: click here

/ Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

RCGT Partners with Altios to Better Serve Global Expansion Needs of Clients.

Although Altios is a lean organisation, they have locations around the world and a physical office in every country they operate. We have the opportunity to work with people who genuinely understand local regulations and cultural nuances, which makes all the difference.

Valérie Verdoni
IBC Director, RCGT Canada

Challenge

  • RCGT wanted to offer complementary services specifically tailored to the needs of Canadian businesses expanding in new markets and countries.
  • Companies often require in-country experts when expanding their operations in new markets. For RCGT, this meant the firm needed a trusted partner who shared its global mindshare and who could offer clients with in-country support in diverse areas such as talent acquisition and client prospection.

Solution

  • By partnering with Altios, RCGT can now provide its clients with a network of in-market experts and ensure an integrated solution.
  • “Altios helps us to complement our service offering so we can provide better value to clients seeking international expansion—whether that means supporting them in commercial prospection or recruiting part-time local representation,” said Verdoni.

Result

  • The close partnership means RCGT clients now benefit from a substantial added value.
  • The consolidated approach enables RCGT to be a full-service provider for clients looking to expand internationally, and at the same time, an integrated team brings increased knowledge and experience.
  • “Although Altios is a lean organisation, they have locations around the world and a physical office in every country they operate,” says Verdoni. “We have the opportunity to work with people who genuinely understand local regulations and cultural nuances, which makes all the difference.”

Learns more about Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton: https://www.rcgt.com/en/

Company Profile

Founded in 1948

Services: assurance, tax, and advisory services, along with business recovery and reorganisation

100 offices in Canada, 4th largest firm of GT member firm network

Target country: Canada

November 12th, 2020

European countries are facing a new round of shutdowns and restrictions in mobility due to an increase of Covid-19 cases, and borders are once again closed. Despite the local shutdowns, however, staying globally relevant is becoming increasingly important for companies.

In this challenging context, many French companies are scrambling to hire talents in their target markets in order to sustain their growth and build upon their initial investments.

ALTIOS along with our global partner M+V offered you the opportunity to participate in a dedicated webinar on key HR issues such as the recruitment and management of international talents, drawing from key experiences with European clients in India.

? November 12th, 2020

Lockdown 2020: How to hire and manage international talents?
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