Polish managers get European wages

13-02-2008, 17:17

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Wages of Polish employers slowly catch up with European average, especially among managers.

 

In two year’s time, wages in companies with foreign capital will grow by 12.1 percent, Mercer, consulting company focusing on the labor market expects. This is one of the highest dynamics in Europe. In the Czech Republic, wages will grow 10 percent while in Hungary by 10.7 percent. In western Europe, the dynamics will be two times smaller.

 

In 2007 wages in Poland got close to EU average already.

“Especially on top managing positions. Low-qualified workers in Poland earn nearly the same as in the Czech Republic or Hungary. Wages of directors and managers in Polish firms with foreign capital are only slightly lower than in the old EU countries”, Dariusz Dmowski from Mercer said.

Employees with lowest wages earn 5 times less than in Norway, 4 times less than in Ireland and 3.5 times less than in Germany and the UK. The average remuneration of managers in international companies in Poland equals those paid in Norway and is just 10 percent lower than those in Ireland or the UK.

“Hungarian directors earn 31 percent less than the Polish ones, Czech directors 26 percent less. The discrepancy between the lowest and highest wages in Poland is one of the highest in EU”, Dariusz Dmowski said.

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