Fewer People in Poland Afraid to Lose Their Jobs, Research

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According to a poll by the Public Opinion Research Center (CBOS) the sense of job security increased in September, reported the Polish Press Agency.

However, according to the report, assessments of the current situation in workplaces and their forecasts have slightly worsened.

Specifically, 59% of employees positively assess the current situation in their workplaces.

Nearly four out of ten respondents evaluate the situation in their workplace as neither good nor bad, while more than one in eight respondents perceive the conditions in their workplace negatively.

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