PRO HR Cafe | Vaccinations and work

28 September | 10:00-11:00 am

The government has announced the introduction of powers for employers to obtain information about employees' vaccinations. Employers have indicated, for many months, that they want access to such data. 

How will employers be able to use this information? 

  • What are the powers of employers to obtain information on employees’ vaccination?
  • Can employers promote vaccination?
  • Can an employer reward vaccinated individuals?
  • Can separate rooms be set up for vaccinated/unvaccinated employees? 
  • Is it possible to open offices only for the vaccinated? 

These and other problems concerning the protection of employees' personal data in the field of obtaining information on vaccination will be answered by Attorney-at-law Michalina Kaczmarczyk, who will be Bartłomiej Raczkowski's guest in the sixth episode of PRO HR Cafe.

This event is held in Polish, in the form of a free webinar. The link to the webinar recording will be available for a fee and will be sent upon request to those interested.

A link to the webcast will be sent to participants the day before the event.


For over 25 years he has been advising the largest international and Polish companies in labour and employment law. A well-regarded leading employment lawyer in Poland.

Member of the American Employment Law Council. Vice-Chair of the Outreach to International Lawyers Committee of the American Bar Association’s Labour and Employment Law Section. Member of the Board of the European Employment Lawyers Association and its former Chairman. Member of the International Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association and an associate member of the American Bar Association’s Employment Law Section.

Founding member and the first Chairman of the Employment Committee of the Warsaw Bar. He was also a member of the Steering Committee of the International Forum on Employment Law, the Founder and the first Chair of the Employment Law Association in Poland. During his studies, he served as Vice-President of the International Board of the European Law Students Association (ELSA) and President of ELSA Cracow. Member of the Editorial Board of the Polish Employment Law Monitor.

He was an assistant professor in the Jagiellonian University’s Department of Labour Law. Author of many academic and popularizing publications in the trade press.

For many years, individually mentioned as a leader in labour law by renowned Polish and international publications such as Chambers & Partners, The Legal 500, Who’s Who Legal, and Rzeczpospolita.

Attorney-at-law, a graduate of the Jagiellonian University.

Specializes in data protection, labour law, intellectual property law as well as contract law with particular reference to commercial lease agreements and marketing agreements including influencer marketing agreements.

She has several years of experience in advisory services to business entities from the retail industry as an in-house lawyer in joint-stock company (public company) from fashion industry and also in company which is part of one of the largest capital groups in Central and Eastern Europe. She also worked in renowned Krakow’s law firms.