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Minimum wage goes up

12-09-2017

In 2018, the minimum wage for work will amount to PLN 2100. That is 5% and at the same time PLN 100 more than currently.

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Strong voice of the Ministry at the Forum in Krynica

08-09-2017

The challenges facing social policy, the role of local governments in its implementation, the situation on the labour market, social capital as a basis for development or senior policy – these are just some of the issues discussed during the 27th Economic Forum.

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Unemployment rate in August

06-09-2017

In August this year, the unemployment rate was 7,1%, as indicated by the estimates of the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy. Compared to the same period last year, its level is 1.3 points lower (it was 8.4%, then).

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Easier application for benefits for families

01-09-2017

Submitting applications for 500+ support electronically is even easier. 

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Statement in connection with the letter of the EC on retirement age

08-08-2017

The Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy is preparing a response to the letter of Commissioners Marianne Thyssen and Vera Jourova of 4 August 2017.

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Minister Rafalska at the announcement of the Manifesto of the Future of Work

13-07-2017

The Manifesto of the Future of Work was announced during the annual Lewiatan Summer Meeting, which took place on 13 July this year. 

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Meeting of the Visegrad Group

30-06-2017

On 29 June this year, another meeting of the Visegrad Group took place in the Polish Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy. 

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On support for families in the Sejm

20-06-2017

“Assessment of the results of the 'Family 500+' programme so far is unequivocally positive. The programme is achieving the basic objectives set for it: investment in family, reduction of child poverty and the pro-natalistic objective,” Minister Elżbieta Rafalska said in the Sejm. 

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Deputy Minister Zieleniecki at the EPSCO meeting

15-06-2017

On 15 June this year, Deputy Minister Marcin Zieleniecki attended the meeting of the Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council in Luxembourg.

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Polish-Hungarian talks

08-06-2017

On 7 June 2017, Minister Elżbieta Rafalska, along with Deputy Minister Stanisław Szwed and Deputy Minister Marcin Zieleniecki, met with representatives of the Social Policy Committee of the National Assembly of Hungary, headed by the Chair of the Committee, Gabriella Selmeczi. 

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