Employees affected by the COVID-19 epidemic in Poland 2020, by business activity type

In April 2020, the most significant number of home-office workers were employed in wholesale trade. Nearly one in four employees in the accommodation and catering sector were on unscheduled leave, child or family care, and almost 19 percent of employees were missing due to quarantine or other restrictions associated with the coronavirus epidemic in Poland.
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Release date

April 2020



Survey time period

April 1-10, 2020

Special properties

Entities operating in industry, construction, trade as well as services.

Supplementary notes

* Regardless of contract type: employment contract, civil law agreement, self-employed, interns, agents, etc.

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