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The cyclical report "The activity of professionals and managers in the labour market" shows current trends in the labor market such as attitudes in search of a job and the number of offers that candidates receive.Download the report
Taking into consideration dynamically changing labor market, we have prepared a special report Flexibility of professionals and managers in times of change. The report aims to provide information on various forms of work flexibility as current situation requires organizations as well as skilled employees to quickly adapt to unavoidable changes.Download the report
The international community has proved completely unprepared to fight against the coronavirus, even though every business owner had come into contact with other, less dangerous viruses in the past. Even seasonal flu, too often underestimated or even ignored, turned out to be dangerous and exposed companies to various costs. We are confronted more and more frequently with the question whether employers know how to effectively take care of workers’ health and safety in the new reality?Read
The current market situation has meant that employers are more cautious about increasing wages. The best candidates should still be actively strived to offer adequate financial offers. It is also worth remembering that the organization’s activities will currently influence into years of market opinion and the strength of companies in facing with the challenges.Download the report
A few weeks ago, we have turned the calendar pages - maybe even got a new one - but this is just a small, symbolic act. In fact, it is only a chronological change, as economic trends and processes slowly evolve. For this reason, the projections for the most typical labour market trends in 2020 contain few revolutionary news: features already present are expected to intensify or break through, as was the case in recent years.Read
Antal's Business Environment Assessment Study analysed the business environments of Warsaw, Wrocław, Poznań, Łódź, Tri-City, Kraków, Szczecin and Lublin. Foreign investment in Polish cities is mainly dependent on their employment potential, infrastructure, availability of offices and the growth of local businesses. How well did Polish cities fare?Read