Money-for-Parents Policy Has Top Polish Retailer on Job HuntBy and
New handouts boost consumption, push Poles out of workforce
Jeronimo Martins sees upward pressure on Polish salaries
The roll-out of the Polish government’s flagship welfare program hit the country’s biggest retailer with a bittersweet result last quarter, lifting sales while also pressuring it to raise wages as it struggles to hire new workers.
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