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Bioagra SA is the Employer of the Year 2019 of the Nysa County

Bioagra SA received the Employer of the Year 2019 title in the medium and large enterprise category. The prestigious awards and statuettes of “Syzyphs of Nysa” were presented during the 9th Business Gala of the Nysa County.

The idea of the 11th Employer of the Year competition in the Nysa County is to promote local employers creating new jobs, outstanding in terms of the quality of work conditions provided, representing an above-average and imitative business model. All entrepreneurs operating in the poviat could participate in the competition, regardless of the size or type of business.

– The Employer of the Year 2019 title is the result of ten years of hard work and improving the company – said Arkadiusz Komorowski, director of the “Goświnowice” Ethanol Plant belonging to Bioagra, receiving the award. – We have recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the plant’s launch. We are currently conducting the largest investment in the company’s history. Thanks to it, we will double production and increase employment by as much as 40 percent. In addition, we will generate several dozen jobs in external companies operating in the region – added Arkadiusz Komorowski.

The jury awarded Bioagra for increasing employment and positive working conditions in the company. It also took into account recent investments as well as social and charity activities.

In the remaining categories, the winners of the competition were Pico from Głuchołazy (young business), a producer of milk lipsticks / fudges, hand-wrapped and machine-rolled, and Vita from Nysa (micro and small enterprises). The company employs 50 people and is responsible, among others, for night and holiday care of patients living in Nysa and nearby towns, as part of basic health care and outpatient specialist care.

Ewa Flaszyńska, director of the Labor Market Department at the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Policy said that Poland had the lowest unemployment rate for 30 years. However, there are still over 800,000 unemployed people waiting for work.

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