Labour law updates and recommendations

Mateusz Gajda

Changes in the way of paying employees’ remuneration

As of 1 January 2019, employers will be required to pay remuneration into the bank accounts indicated by their employees, unless an employee submits a request to receive the remuneration in person. In practice, this means that  employers will be not longer obliged to obtain consent from an employee to pay the remuneration by bank …

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Changes to the bill on employee pension schemes

Work is in progress on the Act on Employee Pension Schemes, which will form the obligatory means of securing a pension for working people, including employees and contractors, enabling them to accumulate additional resources for their retirement. Under the new act, all entities employing individuals entitled to participate will be legally obliged to conclude an …

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New act on counteracting money laundering and the financing of terrorism

In July 2018, the new Act of 1 March 2018 on Counteracting Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism will come into force. It will be of particular importance to financial institutions, banks and other entities that are involved in transactions for goods in cash with a value exceeding EUR 10,000. Under the new act, …

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Electronic employment-related documentation

On 1 January 2019, new provisions of the Labour Code will come into force which introduce significant changes to the way of keeping employment-related documentation. Employers are currently required to keep most employment-related documentation in paper form; however, the new law will allow such documentation also to be kept in electronic form. Employers who want …

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