KOSZTY WYNAGRODZEŃ PRACY NAJEMNEJ W GOSPODARSTWACH ROLNICZYCH W POLSCE NA TLE PAŃSTW UNII EUROPEJSKIEJ

The paper presents costs of salaries of hired labor force on farms in Poland and other European Member States participating in the FADN system. Based on those costs the amount of salaries paid to hired labor force in individual Member States were estimated. Data pertaining to farms were juxtaposed with the lowest and average pay in national economies of individual states. Also costs of labor accounting for types of farms were specified. It could be concluded that rates of pay in Polish agriculture are the lowest ones in the united Europe. Also considerable diversity occurs which is related to a farm type. The highest hourly rates are paid in Poland on type 7 and 8 farms, and in some states on type 3 farms. In the definite majority of EU states the hired paid labor salaries exceed the lowest pay (if it exists) and are below than national average pay (apart from the Czech Republic and Slovakia). Also a positive connection between the level of engagement of hired labor force and a relative amount of a salary has been demonstrated.


Variant title:
COSTS OF HIRED LABOR IN AGRICULTURAL FARMS IN POLAND COMPARED TO THE EUROPEAN UNION
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Issue Date:
2014
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/201501
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2014
Number 1
Roczniki (Annals)




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