CEE still attractive for business despite talent deficiency, geopolitical situation


Cpl Poland, a personnel consulting and recruitment company has published the CEE Salary Guide 2022, which presents a list of remuneration levels in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. The report shows that over the past months not only Poland but also the whole CEE region has proven itself as a place to continue or to relocate a business.

The report will help candidates, including those entering the labor market in Poland, learn about the specificity of the labor market and estimate their financial expectations in industries such as IT, corporate finance, shared service centers, sales, and marketing. 

"The situation related to the changes of the last two years changed not only the approach and operating rules of companies but also the candidates became more selective when choosing a new employer," Anna Mastalerz, division manager ML & business services, Cpl Poland, said. 

A year ago most candidates were afraid of losing their jobs - today they dictate the conditions in the labor market. 2022 will be another year when the market will struggle with the deficiency of IT specialists in the CEE region, according to the report.

"Anyone who expected the pandemic to slow down the CEE labor market was wrong. We know that currently 80 percent of IT companies experience a talent gap or expect to face it shortly. CEE programmers not only lead in global rankings but are appreciated for their outstanding technical skills, versatility, and unconventional approach," Katarzyna Piotrowska, country manager at Cpl Poland, said. 

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