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The draft act on subsidies to interest rates on bank loans granted to provide financial liquidity to entrepreneurs affected by the effects of COVID-19 and to amend some other acts – i.e. Shield 4.0 – contains a whole series of provisions of a controversial nature, especially for the labour law. These provisions introduce changes that significantly affect the situation of

First, it should be recalled that, in accordance with the epidemic emergency introduced in the territory of the Republic of Poland, in order to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, as of 15 March 2020, the  border control at the internal border has been temporarily restored. On the external border (border crossings with Belarus, Russia and Ukraine), restrictions for

We continue a series of articles devoted to the subject of solutions resulting from the so-called Anti-crisis Shield. We will discuss issues related to care allowance, rules for granting loans to micro-enterprises and grounds for exemption from the obligation to pay ZUS contributions, taking into account the premises of the act of 16.04.2020 on specific support instruments in connection with

In the previous article of 25 March 2020 on “Anti-crisis Shield project details”, we analysed the most important premises of the draft act being still at the stage of parliamentary work, constituting the so-called anti-crisis shield. The special act, covering a number of solutions for entrepreneurs, with the main goal to maintain financial liquidity and employee security, was signed by the

During the coronavirus pandemic, complying with orders issued by the Government in Poland, it is important to limit leaving home to the minimum necessary. However, urgent matters remain which, with the current recommendations and due to the fact that most offices and institutions are closed to direct customer service, become difficult and sometimes impossible to deal with. Therefore, it is

On 31 March 2020, the act amending the act on special solutions related to the prevention, counteracting and combating COVID-19, other infectious diseases and crisis situations caused by them as well as some other acts entered into force (“Act”). In addition, pursuant to the regulation of the Minister of Health of 20 March 2020 on the announcement of an epidemic

In the fight against the economic consequences of the coronavirus epidemic, the Government proposes a number of solutions, the main goal being defence against job losses, support for health care, financial system security, support for entrepreneurs and public investments. The fight against the economic consequences of the epidemic is to be based on five pillars. The estimated value of the

According to the announcement posted in the website of the National Labour Inspectorate in the scope of referring employees for preventive medical examinations and conducting occupational health and safety training, taking into account the state of epidemic threat and the regulation of the Minister of Health of 20 March 2020 regarding the announcement of the state of the epidemic in