PRO HR October 2020
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- As of January 2021, companies will be required to inform ZUS about concluding specific work contracts
Starting from the new year, companies will be obligated to inform ZUS about entering into each specific work contract if it is signed with a person who is not the company’s employee or if such person will not work for their employer.
Performance of remote work does not release the employer from the obligation to record and compensate overtime work, although control over working time may be more difficult.
United Kingdom nationals and their family members who benefit from the right of residence during the transition period in the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union and will continue to reside in Poland upon elapse of this period will retain the right to reside and work in Poland.
The regulations that will enter into force on 1 January provide for exclusion from public tenders of companies whose representatives (e.g. management board members) have been punished for offences against employees. This can be avoided if the company proves that it has carried out an internal investigation procedure, remedied the irregularities and compensated the wronged employee.
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