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Littler ASAP: Minimum Wage Rises in Poland and Other Central and Eastern Europe Countries


As of January 1, 2024, the monthly minimum wage in Poland increased to $1,060 (PLN 4,242) per month for full-time employees. The minimum wage will be raised again to $1,080 (PLN 4,300) on July 1, 2024, following an inflation-related 2023 pattern of two, instead of one, annual increases. Despite these changes, Poland remains a very attractive destination for foreign investors, with major investments continued in the IT, business process outsourcing and shared services centers (SSC/BPO) or manufacturing sectors. – Sławomir Paruch, Marcin Sanetra, and Bartosz Tomanek.

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