The EMEA region role in the business services sector is increasing in a post-pandemic world. The business services sector continues to thrive expanding the scope by existing investors and new projects. ABSL presents EMEA'S BUSINESS SERVICES LANDSCAPE report, prepared in collaboration with JLL, Deloitte and Randstad Sourceright.
At the end of 2019, Employee Capital Plans finally made their debut in the Polish pension system. Mercer has conducted a survey concerning key aspects of functioning of the PPK system.
The total employment in the sector in Poland is 307,000 employees - according to the latest ABSL report "Business Services Sector in Poland 2019". This is an increase of 10% compared to last year. Companies in the industry not only employ more and more employees, but also increase the level and scope of services provided in the country.
Szczecin is one of the ten largest business services locations in Poland. The city has a high investment potential, what can be confirmed by the employment growth in the sector over the last three years, which amounted to 47%. Currently, there are 43 service centers operating here, employing 5,600 people, but the forecasts indicate that in 2025 it may already be 10,000 employees.
Katowice is one of the most important centers of the business services sector in Poland and CEE. There are 102 service centers operating in the metropolitan area, employing a total of 23,500 employees. This represents 8% of total employment in the sector in Poland.