Situations that affected employees during COVID-19 in Poland 2020, by economic sector

In May, the highest percentage of people working remotely due to Poland's coronavirus epidemic was employed in wholesale trade. At the same time, the most significant number of employees who were on unscheduled holidays or childcare worked in the accommodation and catering sector. On the other hand, transport industry recorded the highest percentage of workers who were unable to attend work due to quarantine or other restrictions.
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Release date

June 2020



Survey time period

June 1-10, 2020

Special properties

Entities operating in industry, construction, trade and services.

Supplementary notes

Data was aggregated according to methodology of aggregation (weighing) which is used by default in regular survey.

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