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Prisoners needed to work
September 22, 2017   
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As 60% of large and mid-sized companies in Poland admit to problems with recruiting qualified staff, according to the newest Grant Thornton report, more and more employers are looking for workers among prisoners, the daily Puls Biznesu writes.
Over 500 firms have been cooperating with penitentiary units according to the most recent data cited by the Prison Service spokesperson Elzbieta Krakowska.
Another way employers try to deal with labor force shortages is by offering overtime to existing staff, the daily writes in a separate piece. The average work week in Poland is 45 hours, Andrzej Kubisiak of job agency Work Service said.
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