PRO HR Year Book 2022


As many employers are waiting for new regulations on remote work, which will replace telework and "covid" remote work, we devote two texts to this topic.

In the first one, Iwona Jaroszewska-Ignatowska suggests how to deal with the working time of remote employees and how to encourage employees to return to the office. In the second, Agnieszka Anusewicz discusses the obligations of employers towards remote employees in the field of health and safety.

Dominika Dörre-Kolasa and Michalina Kaczmarczyk suggest how long candidates' data can be stored after the end of recruitment and how to justify it in the event of an inspection, while Janusz Tomczak and Ewelina Rutkowska explain the responsibility of managers and managing the risk of non-compliance in capital companies in the light of recent changes in the code commercial companies.

The year 2022 was a year of challenges in the area of global mobility, primarily due to the war in Ukraine, and this is how it is perceived by Michał Kacprzyk, Anna Bloch-Kurzyńska and Jan Pietruczuk - the authors of the next text. In it, they explain the reform of the immigration law from the beginning of 2022, dedicated to all foreigners, and then the regulations regarding Ukrainian citizens and their family members.

The litigation theme of this issue is the return of an employee to work after a reinstatement court verdict. Anna Boguska and Piotr Lewandowski explain what conditions an employee must meet and what obligations the employer has.

Regarding a tax topic we write about the Polish Deal and its consequences. In their text, Katarzyna Serwińska and Tomasz Kret indicate its advantages and disadvantages, as well as how these disadvantages are corrected. They also draw attention to the sanction for illegal employment, the impact of the Polish Deal on the annual settlement for 2022 and the new PIT-2 form template.

Our annual series of articles ends with a text on information obligations of banks and brokerage houses regarding gender pay differentiation by Natalia Krzyżankiewicz.

We invite you to read the third edition!

Katarzyna Dobkowska
Partner and Editor