Nicer than the Palace of Culture? HRreview.com.pl has opened for business in Poland

HRreview has launched a Polish edition, with the aim of bringing the publication’s long-standing commitment to HR news and analysis to East Central Europe.

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The edition will consider the challenges HR professionals are facing in Poland, which, like the HR arena in the UK, is in the midst of an analytics-based revolution. The new edition will cooperate with the best HR specialists in both the UK and Poland, in order to provide in-depth and challenging coverage of the HR scene, as well as analysis and considered critiques of a profession that is in flux.

“I believe that HRreview Poland represents an unprecedented fusion of our British roots with a new, fresh, but in many ways akin perspective of HR professionals based in Poland,” the magazine’s editor, Piotr Lewicz, commented.

“Writing about the latest trends in the industry, we hope that this new effort will create a hub for an international exchange of thoughts, knowledge, differing perspectives and differing points of view. And we are more than happy to invite our Polish readers to contribute to that diversity and create HRreview Poland with us,” Lewicz concluded.

It is hoped that the new site, which is online and available now, will not only be considered as a news source, but also as forum and even a voice for the HR profession in Poland.

In order to spur the debate forward the new edition also has its own social media platform, you can find the publication on Twitter, Linkedin, GoldenLine and we encourage you to let your family and friends know, so that they can be involved too.






Robert joined the HRreview editorial team in October 2015. After graduating from the University of Salford in 2009 with a BA in Politics, Robert has spent several years working in print and online journalism in Manchester and London. In the past he has been part of editorial teams at Flux Magazine, Mondo*Arc Magazine and The Marine Professional.