Three in four Polish employers plan to raise staff salaries in 2019, according to a report quoted by the Puls Biznesu daily.
With Poland facing a labour shortage, 91 percent of Polish employers expect difficulties in recruiting new staff, and many companies will be forced to increase wages, the daily said.
Citing a report by recruitment company Hays Poland, the paper said that 87 percent of Polish employers want to increase the number of people they are hiring.
The daily added that many companies will struggle to keep their current employees this year as it gets harder to build loyalty and commitment.
Polish companies are most often looking for IT, finance and sales experts as well as engineers, Puls Biznesu daily reported.