Browse SAP jobs in Poland

The Polish economy is one of the fastest-growing in Europe and companies are creating an ever-rising number of vacancies to meet demand. A diverse range of companies are making use of SAP across Poland.

Eusap can help jobseekers in any industry find their ideal role working in SAP in Poland. With vacancies available at every level, you’re sure to find the perfect next step in your SAP career with us.

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How many hours do they work per week in Poland?

The standard working hours in Poland are 40 hours per week. Employees are not expected to work any more than 8 hours and 42 minutes per day.

How many hours is part time work in Poland?

Part-time work in Poland is defined as working hours that amount to less than the statutory 40 hours per week.

What is the average cost of living in Poland?

For 1 person per month, including rent, the cost of living averages at €973, but rises to €1275 in Warsaw, the capital.  For a family of four, the average is €2216 and €2972 in Warsaw.

How do you get a work visa in Poland?

A foreign worker needs a residency and work permit. Your employer is responsible for obtaining a work permit on your behalf, and must complete a work permit application that includes the name of the company you are hiring for as well as your possible job description within this company.

Is Poland a good place to work?

The FTSE Russell recently added Poland to the 25 most developed economies in the world, and it also ranks as the best country for female workers. The country has low costs of living, great infrastructure and many job opportunities for multilinguals.