Iwona Sroka Appointed to the Social Dialogue Council
The President of Poland Andrzej Duda has appointed members of the Social Dialogue Council on 22 October 2015 including Iwona Sroka, CEO & President of KDPW and KDPW_CCP, Vice President of Employers of Poland. The Council, which replaced the Tripartite Committee for Socio-Economic Affairs established in 2001, has 59 members representing employers, trade unions and the government. Representatives of the President of Poland, the Governor of NBP and the President of the Central Statistical Office sit on the Council as advisors.
Employers of Poland, of which KDPW is a member, is represented by its President Andrzej Malinowski; Iwona Sroka – Vice President and Member of the Council of Employers of Poland, President & CEO of KDPW and KDPW_CCP; Rafał Baniak – Executive Vice President of Employers of Poland; Jarosław Zagórowski – Vice President and Member of the Council of Employers of Poland; Jan Buczek – President of the Association of International Road Carriers in Poland; and Joanna Makowiecka-Gaca – CEO of Polimex-Mostostal S.A.
The Social Dialogue Council is a new forum of co-operation for employees, employers and the government with the participation of a representative of the President of Poland. The mission of the Council is to enable social dialogue in order to ensure proper conditions of socio-economic growth and improved competitiveness of the Polish economy as well as social cohesion. The Council also works in favour of the principles of social participation and solidarity in employment.