Employer of Record (EOR) in Poland

Employing, Negotiating, and Conducting Business in Poland

Employment Contracts

Contract Types

  • Short-term (“trial contract”), which may consist solely of a probationary period (up to 3 months)
  • Non-renewable for up to 33 months (renewable up to 3 times)
  • Indefinite (“open-ended”)
  • Working hours
  • Payment frequency
  • Annual leave benefits

Working Hours

Vacation Leave

Poland Holidays

  • New Year’s Day
  • Easter Sunday
  • Epiphany
  • Easter Monday
  • Constitution Day
  • Labor Day/May Day
  • Corpus Christi
  • All Saints’ Day
  • Assumption Day
  • Christmas Day
  • Independence Day
  • Boxing Day

Sick Leave

Poland’s Maternity/Paternity Leave


  • A minimum amount of notice is necessary for short-term and fixed-term contracts (reason and justification are not required)
  • Notification periods are determined by the duration of the operation.

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