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Eastern Europe — Polish temporary employees not regarded as part of strategy

12 November 2009

Manpower Polska, the subsidiary of Manpower Inc., has published a survey entitled 'Temporary workers in companies' employment strategies', which shows that 87% of Polish employers do not perceive temporary workers as a key element of their employment strategy.

Only 11% of the surveyed declared that temporary employees do play an important part in their employment strategies. Among the most popular reasons which encourage Polish employers to reach for temporary workers are streamlining of task performance in the times of increased working activity, seasonal factors (12.5%), permanent employees’ substitution when they take a maternity or sick leave etc. (4.5%) and trying out candidates for further stable co-operation (3.5%). 79% of the respondents declared that temporary workers in their organisations undergo the same introduction process as permanent workers.


Results were prepared on the basis of individual interviews conducted on a representative group of 759 employers in Poland.

 

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