Published at: 2019-04-16 13:33 | Author: Antoni Bohdanowicz
There are still new companies are moving into the CEE, but many of those that arrived years ago are growing.
This is what’s behind ongoing the boom in the development of new offices. Even now, developers active in Warsaw claim there is demand for new product for the next four years. But expansion is driving the market, the question is who’s making the decision in these companies to move? Many signs lead to the human resources departments, but do they really play a leading role? We spoke to several HR professionals to gauge if they really influence the market. “In a certain way we do” says Michalina Dąb...
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