COVID-19 and Labour Law: Poland

Izabela Florczak


The COVID-19 pandemic was a shock for the Polish economy, which in many sectors has almost ceased to operate, while in others it has largely limited its previous activity. This has negatively impacted masses of employees, persons employed under civil law contracts or self-employed people. Therefore, the Polish legislator has taken steps to prevent destabilization of the labour market, doing so mainly by supporting employers in the fight to maintain jobs.


Covid-19; Labour Law; Remote work; Financial support; Protection against dismissals

DOI: 10.6092/issn.1561-8048/10784


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