Social security: 19.21% - 22.14%
Employee capital plans (a mandatory employee long-term retirement savings program): 1.5%
Social security: 13.71%
Solidarity tax: 4% for all Polish residents who earn more than 1 million zł
|GROSS INCOME||PROGRESSIVE TAX RATE|
|Up to 120,000zł||12%|
Paid time off: 20-26 working days, dependent on tenure + 13 public holidays
Paternity leave: 2 weeks
Sick leave: 182 days. First 33 days payed by the Poland employer and the rest by the Social Security Institute
Parental leave: 41-43 weeks
Maternity leave: 20 weeks for the birth or adoption of one child, 31 weeks for two children, 33 weeks for three children, 35 weeks for four children, 37 weeks for five or more children
HQ country employment & payroll
Direct local employer setup
Partnering with an Employer of Record Poland (Temp agency in Poland)
Setting up a local company in Poland is time-consuming and complicated. That is further complicated by the monthly activities - payroll needs to be calculated and run every month, taxes filed, employee benefits extended, change of rules and regulations followed. Here is an overview of everything you will find yourself needing to do.
As with every other country, there are certain costs associated with employing a worker in Poland that come on top of the gross salary you are offering. A Poland employer must contribute to social security, which covers pension and disability insurance, accident insurance, labour fund, employee guaranteed benefits fund, as well as the long-term retirement savings program. To view the exact percentages and amounts given the salary you are planning to offer, you can use our handy calculator tool.
In Poland, the model for employing a worker on behalf of another requires a temp agency licence. Employing someone through the temp agency means that Boundless is the legal employer of the individual, as far as the Polish government, tax, and employment authorities are concerned.We are responsible for:
Any new employee that is locally employed through a temp agency gets full employment rights and benefits as specified in Polish employment law. They get a locally compliant employment contract, statutory maternity leave, annual leave, illness benefits, any relevant tax credit, and many more. All Poland-based employees receive healthcare through the public healthcare system.
In Poland, both employers and employees have to pay taxes. For employers, these include social security, which covers pension and disability insurance, accident insurance, labour fund, employee guaranteed benefits fund, as well as the long term retirement savings program. For employees, these are social security contributions, solidarity tax, and healthcare, as well as and income tax. To get a clear overview of both employee and employer taxes, use our salary breakdown calculator, submitting any additional data needed and get a downloadable pdf like this one.