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Labor code to be changed?
   
Monika Gladoch
The Polish government is mulling some significant changes to its labor code, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna writes.
Employees would work overtime in times of increased demand for their companies' goods or services, with the remuneration for extra time at work going straight into a special trust account managed by employer, deputy chair of Poland's specially established codification commission Monika Gladoch reveals.
Companies could reduce employees' working hours in times of smaller demand or even absolve them from work and then pay out to them the deposited overtime money, according to the new labor law project. Other proposed changes include introducing six working Sundays per year, hiking extras for night shifts and reducing the amount of red tape for micro-firms.