The corporation wants to employ 400 people in Krakow. Who can submit a CV?

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The latest “ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Barometer” shows that 21 percent employers are planning or considering layoffs this year. In some industries the situation will be more difficult than in others.

One company is laying off, someone else will be hiring. Recently, we described the findings of “Gazeta Wyborcza”, which reported that 200 people, i.e. every fourth employee, may lose their jobs in the Krakow branch of PepsiCo. According to officials monitoring the Krakow labor market, this is part of a broader, disturbing phenomenon: in January alone, Krakow companies notified the labor office of their intention to register over 400 employees. In February, further reports concerned over 500 employees. Thus, as many employees were reported for collective layoffs in two months as in the entire year of 2023.

The Heineken Center will employ 400 people. Who can find a job?

PepsiCo did not confirm its intention to make cuts, but Heineken Global Shared Services announced its intention to expand its team by approximately 400 new employees. The center serves all Heineken's European operations and headquarters, and deals with finance, digital technology, supply chains and support. Major recruitment is planned for the coming weeks. As a result, the Center will employ over 2,000 people. employees.

The Heineken Center is looking for, among others: specialists in the area of ​​financial and management accounting, specialists in handling liabilities and receivables, financial controllers and management staff. People who speak German, French, Spanish or Dutch will also find employment.

21 percent employers are planning or considering layoffs this year

Krakow's “Gazeta Wyborcza” asked Piotr Skierkowski, ManpowerGroup's labor market expert, who (in Poland as a whole) is most at risk today, and employees of which industries can feel safe?

– Candidates from the broadly understood consumer services, life sciences and health care industries can expect to receive the most job offers. The food and food production industry is where as many as 32% of companies are planning recruitment. employers. The forecasts for the energy and municipal services industries are also good, he said.

The ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Barometer has recently been published. It shows that 21 percent employers are planning or considering layoffs this year. Skierkowski did not want to answer directly whether it was a lot or a little.

– I will answer – unfortunately – in the worst possible way. It depends on how we look at this data. If we take into account how many companies want to hire employees and how many want to lay off employees, the balance is still positive. Taking into account the seasonal adjustment, it is +11%, because fewer employers announce reductions than are looking for new workers. Our data shows that 31 percent employers are planning new recruitments, and 21 percent layoffs. The last such an optimistic balance was in the second quarter of 2018, he said.

He added that if we look at the data on planned layoffs alone, “we see that the employment reduction is announced by 5 percent.” more companies than in the first quarter of 2024 and 2 percent more than in the same period of 2023. – However, when analyzing this data, we should also look at individual industries – he added.

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