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The future of work in Poland

The future of work in Poland

There are a number of global changes that will be influencing the future of work in Poland, including:

  1. Demographic

  2. Advances in technology

  3. The increasing divide between educational curriculum and business requirements

  4. Increased globalization

  5. New models of work.

These changes will be all be discussed in turn.

There will be an accent on business culture and how Poland can leapfrog the West.

Andrew Blatiak of the Leadership and Management Institute will suggest how HR can prepare for these changes.

We look forward to seeing you
BPCC Team

Policy Groups
2017-11-08, 09:30 am (this event is in the past)

Venue BPCC, ul. Zielna 37, Warszawa
Organiser BPCC

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