The key results of the 3rd round of the Study of Human Capital in Poland (BKL Study) proves that the mismatch between competencies supply and employer needs is a constant feature of the Polish labour market.

In 2012, much like in the previous years, more than three in every four employers found it difficult to hire appropriate staff.

The problem does not result from lack of labour – the reason is the fact that candidates do not meet the expectations, a statement that is especially true about the lack of competencies including independence in action, ability to make decisions, and the skill of working in a group.