In a commentary for the PAP Gerwyn Davies of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the largest British organization of people involved in the decree of human resources, estimated that “taking into account how does well (Poland) the economy and the labor market, it certainly there are strong arguments for return to the Polish, “but stressed the fact that working in the UK continues to receive a much higher salary. “What is particularly interesting is the fact that this is true for all groups of professional qualifications. It is easy to see how some are well paid position, remuneration for their exercise is unmatched anywhere in Europe, not only in Poland” – he explained. He added that the significant pay gap persists also for the less skilled immigrants who work, eg. In the service sectors, which largely explained the increase in the minimum wage, which since April. is 8.21 pounds per hour (40.8 zl). “As far as Poland is approaching (the level of wages in the UK), here grows too basic salary, reducing the difference between the average and lowest salaries,” – he stressed. Davies also drew attention to the attractiveness of the English language, as well as “cultural and professional opportunities; all that London has to offer, in terms of its history and access to the world.” “The prevailing on many issues, in particular for young people” – rating. “Perhaps it will be some movement on the part of people between thirty and forty any age who assume family, Continue reading PayForAResearchPaper.Com – 35 heads of state and government, as well as approx.