Gov’t to facilitate young parents’ return to labor market
October 19, 2012
The Polish government wants to introduce support schemes for enterprises hiring persons returning to professional activity after an annual child-rearing leave, the daily Rzeczpospolita wrote citing deputy Labor Minister Jacek Mecina and own findings.
Entrepreneurs who want to hire a person returning on the labor market will be able to count on a PLN 9,000 aid for creating a job, while firms hiring such persons to existing positions will receive subsidies for the employee's remuneration for one and a half year, provided they make an obligation not to lay off such a person for another one and a half year.
The proposals would take effect in 2014, Rzeczpospolita wrote.