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Prisoners welcomed to work
September 20, 2018   
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Polish companies are employing prisoners more willingly, with the number of paid job contracts between firms and convicts currently amounting to 1,051, twice as many as at the beginning of 2017, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna wrote citing official data.
As much as over 55% inmates were employed at end-August vs 52% a year ago, the daily added.
The trend comes on the back of the dwindling labor supply, but also efforts undertaken by the Polish prison administration service, such as building production halls in penal institutions, spokesperson of the prison administration service's managing director Elzbieta Krakowska explained.
Companies are also encouraged to employ convicts by subsidies at 35% of the employment-related costs, the daily observed.
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