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Adminex POLAND

Koszykowa 60/62 m 39
00-673 Warszawa
Poland
Tel. +48 22 821 99 30
Fax. +48 22 821 99 31
General Manager
Iwona Smater
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Iwona Smater
adminex General Manager in Poland since 2004 and its co-owner, Iwona Smater has been a successful entrepreneur for a decade now.

Holder of MBA degree as well as a graduate of Warsaw University, the Warsaw School of Finance and Administration and the Polish Open University, for many years now she has been an expert in strategic and financial management.

Experienced CFO, as well as a registered Board Member of various global pharmaceutical and food industry corporations during the time of great economic change in Poland.

Specialist in successful implementation of foreign business in the Polish market. She has been providing invaluable help to foreign investors and business owners when it comes to effective restructuring and operation of their companies locally.

Expert in consolidation of different accounting systems during a complex process of M&A. She has a wide expertise when it comes to the management of functional and reliable financial advisory units.

Always open to new challenges and a firm believer in the fact that in order to succeed in the world of finance it is crucial to keep up with new trends and developments.

adminex Poland was founded in the year 2004, as a part of adminex global network. We offer global business administration solutions to foreign companies that wished to set up, develop or optimize business in Poland.

We offer a broad range of services stretching from initial market research to optimising productivity in client’s operations, from the most basic (BPO) to the most sophisticated, in order to meet all back-office needs and expectations, always tailored to suit client’s needs.

We provide strategic business management and consultancy services, particularly in the areas of international taxation and accounting, tax review, due diligence, controlling, customer service, advice on data protection or transfer pricing and many others to answer client’s needs.

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adminex Poland was founded in the year 2004, as a part of adminex global network. We offer global business administration solutions to foreign companies that wished to set up, develop or optimize business in Poland.

We offer a broad range of services stretching from initial market research to optimising productivity in client’s operations, from the most basic (BPO) to the most sophisticated, in order to meet all back-office needs and expectations, always tailored to suit client’s needs.

We provide strategic business management and consultancy services, particularly in the areas of international taxation and accounting, tax review, due diligence, controlling, customer service, advice on data protection or transfer pricing and many others to answer client’s needs.

We also offer specialized HR services, starting from recruitment to team development solutions. As companies grow we help them to create profiles of key competencies critical to market success, Development and Assessment Centers, training programs and coaching support.

Interim management within financial functions is one of our solution for temporary CFO replacement.

A team of international experts with a local presence to combine macro and micro specifications, through offices in most European Union countries and also in India and USA that are managed by local partners with a sound training in international business administration we provide you with support in your internationalisation and cross-border transactions.

We can also offer you a virtual office, like renting address for the seat of the company, conference rooms and secretary support, including mailing management.

Get in contact with us.

POLAND Insights
  • New legislation was introduced recently for employers of workers who have been posted on short term secondments to Poland. Employe..
    New legislation on the posting of workers to Poland

    New legislation was introduced recently for employers of workers who have been posted on short term secondments to Poland.

    Employers are now required to send a statement to the National Labour Inspectorate (Państwowa Inspekcja Pracy (PIP)) informing them of their employee’s secondment to Poland. They will also be required to retain documents related to their employee’s secondment on file and must be able to provide these to PIP upon request, as well as appoint a person of contact in Poland to act as a spokesperson. Should an employee already be posted to Poland prior to or on 18th June, employers have three months (until 18th September 2016) to comply with the imposed notification and data retention requirements.

    This legislation implements European Union (EU) Directive 2014/67/EU (The Enforcement Directive), which Member States were obliged to transpose into their national legislation by 18thJune 2016.

    Statement to PIP

    The statement to PIP must be submitted by the employer for any employee (both EU nationals and non-EU nationals) that is being posted to Poland on a secondment. This applies to both employees coming from within the EU, and outside the EU. The statement can be submitted electronically or on paper, and must be in the Polish or English language. This must be submitted no later than the day that the employee’s assignment commences or, if the employee was already posted to Poland before or on 18th June, by 18th September 2016.

    Notification of Changes

    Should any changes be made to the statement after submission, PIP must be notified within seven days of the date of the change. The notification can be submitted electronically or on paper.

    Data Retention

    Employers are required to retain documents related to their employee’s secondment (either in paper form or electronically) for the duration of the post, and for a period of two years after the secondment has ended. Should PIP request any or all of these documents the employer must provide them, along with translations into Polish if necessary, within five working days of the request. Should the request be made during the two years after the secondment has ended, the period for presenting the documents is extended to 15 days.

    Employers are obligated to nominate an individual who is resident in Poland, who will be granted access to the worker’s secondment documents and authorisation to contact PIP on the employer’s behalf.

    Any employer who fails to provide information or documents requested by PIP will be liable for fines of between €250 and €7500.

    Benefits for Employees

    The new legislation establishes protections for seconded employees in terms of working hours, holidays, pay, health and safety, maternity leave and non-discrimination, to ensure that these factors are in line with what is currently in place for locally resident employees in Poland.

    Advice
    Employers must ensure that the above procedures are complied with for all employees seconded to Poland, and are also reminded that the deadline to comply with these procedures for employees that were already seconded prior to 18th June is 18th September 2016. Statement and notification forms can be found here.

    Source: www.forum-expat-management.com

  • adminex has been present with a stand on a Forum for investment in Central and Eastern Europe in Neuss/Germany last week  being ..
    Forum for investment in Central and Eastern Europe in Germany

    adminex has been present with a stand on a Forum for investment in Central and Eastern Europe in Neuss/Germany last week  being invited by the German Chambers of Commerce of the area.

    The adminex partners of GermanyPoland and Czech Republic have used the event for presenting its services and solutions as well as responding to inquiries concerning investment in these countries.

    Despite sometimes different information these countries offer great stability and growth for investors as in discussion panels with specialists could be learnt.

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