The Ministry of Labor is contemplating on reverting back to regulations which would entitle employees to an additional day off if a national holiday fell on a non-working day.
This eventual change hinges to a large extent on the verdict of the Constitutional Tribunal, which will decide by October 2 whether the current legislation in place is in line with the Polish constitution.
The change would mean good news for employees, but not necessarily so for their employers, who would have to face a few extra days of downtime each year.
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