The report "Why is it worth to invest in IT in Poland?" created by Antal addresses the most important aspects of doing business in this country. This multidirectional study introduces the reader to the investment plans in Poland, shows the investment potential of the country and on the following pages tells why it is worth to invest in the IT sector in Poland. The report consists of 75 pages.
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Poland in the IT industry is annually appreciated by world leaders for innovative startups and perfectly qualified specialists. Technology giants are willing to invest in local employees by opening branches and supporting local initiatives. Why is it worth joining them and why is Poland still an attractive direction for the development of your business?
The development of the IT market in Poland has been supported mainly by foreign capital, which made it possible to utilize the potential of the specialists located here. They are well educated and eager to work, but over the years of presence of technology giants in this country, expectations of employees have changed. Companies from the most economically developed countries evaluate the work of Polish IT specialists as an ideal compromise between the attractively priced contractors from the Middle East and having high financial expectations of entities from the United States and Western Europe.
A manager or a business owner with no prior knowledge of the Polish market will be able to quickly find out everything about the level of education of Polish IT specialists, the position of women in the Polish IT industry and which companies are already present in this country. In a comprehensive survey, the reader learns about the local labour market, employees' financial expectations and benefit standards.
Fabian Pietras, Business Director at Antal IT Services
The study of employees in the IT industry also includes a section on IT professionals and managers - here the reader learns about the specifics of senior staff in Poland and their habits related to changing jobs. An entity entering the Polish labour market will be able to prepare for the realities of the country even before a decision is made to invest here. Apart from information about the market itself, the holder of this exclusive Antal study will gain access to knowledge about trends in forms of employment and cooperation with contractors in Poland. Of course, such data needs to be complemented by salaries and non-salary benefits, the nature of which in Poland is determined by the local IT industry.
Anna Teodorowska, Regional Manager at Antal IT Services
Part 1 Human capital in the IT area in Poland
Part 2 IT professionals and managers on the labour market in Poland
Part 3 Remuneration and types of cooperation
Investing in Poland – things you should know
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