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Who creates the construction industry in Poland?

Yesterday, the PARP report was published with the results of the first edition of research carried out in the construction industry as part of the Industry Balance of Human Capital project. The research was carried out in the period January 2020 - April 2021 at the request of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.

The results were prepared on the basis of opinions obtained from a diverse group of respondents: employers, employees, but also experts - industry analysts, representatives of educational institutions, public administration employees, training and recruitment companies specializing in servicing the construction industry.

The report presents the condition of the construction sector in Poland in the context of human capital and the challenges facing the construction industry in the next few years. It discusses the main business processes, positions and key competences, as well as scenarios of the need for current and new positions and competences in the industry.

The main issues that we will find in the Report are:

  • Description of the situation in the construction industry.

  • Identifying the challenges faced by the construction industry.

  • The main business processes in the industry.

  • List of useful competencies for key positions.

  • Balance of competences for key positions.

  • Forecast of the increase in demand for key positions.

  • Employee competency assessment.

  • Expected difficulties in recruiting staff in the next 12 months vs 5 years.

  • Potential new positions in the industry.

Authors of the report: dr inż. Jarosław Górecki Konrad Kuźma Ziemowit Socha dr Wojciech Terlikowski Jakub Wróblewski Content cooperation: dr hab. Marcin Kocór, prof. Jagiellonian University, Center for Evaluation and Analysis of Public Policies, Jagiellonian University Coordination and content-related cooperation (PARP): Joanna Orłowska Anna Tarnawa Robert Zakrzewski.

© Copyright by Polish Agency for Enterprise Development

ISBN: 978-83-7633-446-2

Project co-financed by the European Social Fund Warsaw 2021


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