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What is the change? Poland has set new minimum salary thresholds for foreign nationals working on local contracts, EU ICT permit holders, and non-EU posted workers.
What does the change mean? Beginning Jan. 1, foreign nationals working on local contracts must be paid 2,800 PLN gross per month. EU ICT permit holders and posted workers must be paid according to the applicable minimum in their administrative region (voivodship); new thresholds for these workers took effect Nov. 18. Income minimums for residence permit holders have not changed.
Additional Information: The salary minimum for local employment contracts affects foreigners hired locally throughout Poland, i.e., those holding Type A work permits or residency permits with right to work. The minimum salary threshold for posted workers (work permits C, D and E for assignments) and EU ICT permit holders depends on the province where the applicant applies for the permit. The minimum income thresholds for residency permits apply to all foreigners applying for residency permits, including dependent family members.
528 PLN per person for a multi-person household (unchanged)
Analysis & Comments: Employers should be sure to account for the new salary minimum when planning their budgets. Deloitte will continue to follow developments in Poland and will update clients once new EU Blue Card minimums are announced.
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