(measure: points; Source: The Heritage Foundation)
* indicates monthly or quarterly data series
Poland: Labor freedom index (0-100)
, 2005 - 2021:
For that indicator, we provide data for Poland from 2005 to 2021. The average value for Poland during that period was 62 points with a minimum of 58 points in 2016 and a maximum of 66 points in 2021.
The latest value from 2021 is 66 points. For comparison, the world average in 2021 based on 180
countries is 60 points.
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The Labor Freedom index for Poland from the Heritage Foundation reflects the various aspects of the legal and regulatory framework of the labor market in Poland, including the minimum wage; laws inhibiting layoffs; severance requirements; and the regulatory burdens on hiring.
Definition: The Labor freedom index is composed of six quantitative factors: ratio of minimum wage to the average value added per worker, hindrance to hiring additional workers, rigidity of hours, difficulty of firing redundant employees, legally mandated notice period, and mandatory severance pay. The index is based on data collected in connection with the World Bank’s Doing Business study.