The report presents a description of Poles' attitudes in the labor market which have evolved over the years. It analyzes the expectations of employees towards the employer in the areas of: mobility and working time, place of work, remuneration and benefits, communication style in the organization, atmosphere and management style. Based on these preferences, we were listed the 4 dominant personality types of employees in today's labor market. We learn from the report that the type of employee's motivation depends not only on his personal preferences, but also on the industry he represents.
"The Investment Potential of Lublin" is the eight publication of the extensive Business Environment Assessment Study with the goal of providing insights into the business environment in which companies operate. The report presents an assessment of the business environment by decision-makers of Lublin's companies. All of the publications will form a series of reports devoted to the largest Polish cities. They will provide an in-depth look at the Polish market from the perspective of businesses and outline the most important company growth trends.
The cyclical report "Job-seeking activity among professionals and managers in the labour market" shows current trends in the labor market such as attitudes in search of a job, the number of offers that candidates receive, motivation and conditions for changing employment or readiness to consider relocation. Respondents were also asked about the most common errors that appear during the recruitment processes in which they participate.
The report "Human capital in lodzkie region" is the research carried out by Antal, which analyzes the business potential of the city. Among the many advantages of Łódź, which attract new investments to the city are, among others, well-qualified staff, good cooperation between the business and scientific environment as well as competitive prices for renting office space. This report aims to present the business environment for employers and new investors in Łódź.
The English version of the report starts from page 29.
"Women in Finance" report is the first edition of the research carried out by Antal and CFA Society Poland. The report aims to analyze the situation of women in the Polish labor market at the financial sector and to show the greatest challenges related to gender diversity.