RSM Poland


HR and payroll

Polish regulations concerning social security, PIT and labour law are complicated and change frequently. This may generate many difficulties for persons responsible for the managing of human resources and payroll processes. Thus, we would like to propose that you to transfer this responsibility to us, entrusting us with comprehensive HR and payroll services. Our offer is adapted each time to the needs of the company in question. We remain at your disposal also in the performance of non-standard projects.

We provide professional services of utmost standards, provided by a team of highly qualified specialists, who consistently keep their knowledge up to date, among others by participation in many training courses. We maintain the confidentiality of the data of our employees and compliance with the legal regulations in force. Our team has extensive experience both in providing services to small Polish companies and foreign corporations. We guarantee timely and reliable management of the HR and payroll tasks entrusted to us.

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Employment certificate – a practical guide

9 January 2023
An employment certificate is a document that almost every person actively working full-time has had to do with. Basically, it is a simple employment record form that the employer fills out to the best of his knowledge and gives to the employee after the end of the employment relationship. Although it is a prosaic and mundane duty, the diligence in completing this document (and the deadlines for its submission indicated in the regulations) should not be underestimated, because in the event of negligence the consequences for the employer can be really severe.

Unpaid leave – basic rules

8 December 2022
How can an employer grant an employee unpaid leave? And who is entitled to such unpaid leave? Most employees are familiar with the most popular types of leaves and have at least once in their lives used the days of holiday leave guaranteed by the Labour Code, took leave on request, training leave, parental leave or special leave. However, taking a few days off unpaid is something that both employees and employers often remain wary of. How to approach this topic and what should we know about it?

Posting an employee from Ukraine to Poland

2 September 2022
Due to the ongoing war in their homeland, many Ukrainian employers have decided to post their employees to work in Poland. However, this move has specific implications in terms of personal income tax and social insurance. What must a Ukrainian entrepreneur remember while hiring employees residing in Poland?

Can a Polish employer call an employee back from vacation leave?

12 August 2022
The holiday season has started, which means that the upcoming holidays regularly occupy our minds. The rules for using them seem simple, but – as it turns out – they are not.

Major Changes in Legislation in 2022 Known as the Polish Deal

2 February 2022
The Polish Deal that entered into force on 1 January 2022 (with certain exceptions) involves a number of major changes both for companies and natural persons. The changes in 26 legal acts have been introduced in one big package. They have a great impact on crucial things from the taxpayer’s perspective, such as health insurance premiums, personal allowances, new tax thresholds and a range of other regulations. In the article below, we are going to discuss the most important ones the entrepreneurs surely cannot afford to overlook. We have already addressed these changes in detail on our blog, and we encourage you to read it.