Labour costs in Poland

Błażej Sarzalski        10 November 2015        Comments(2)

If you think seriously about your business you certainly need qualified employees.

On the other hand you ask yourself: how to optimise costs of employees?

Poland’s employment costs are among the lowest in all of Europe. The country’s wage costs are not only less than those of western Europe, but also lower than those of Slovenia, Estonia, Slovakia, the Czech Rep., Hungary and Latvia.

Minimum monthly wage in Poland as for now equals 417.55 EUR.

When compared to Central and Eastern Europe, lower employment costs are only to be found in Romania. Lithuania and Bulgaria have similar wage levels to Poland. Poland is among the lowest quarter of a list of 24 European countries (source Eurostat).

Seems to be another good reason to form your company in Poland.

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xxx November 10, 2015 at 17:36

What is Rumania?

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Błażej Sarzalski November 10, 2015 at 17:45

I suggest you focus on merits not form. Mistake corrected :)

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