Domestic and international trips & conferences – before you go on a business trip or buy anything out of the project money, it is important to contact the Research Suport Office (room 2110, 1st floor, Magdalena Szwaranowicz: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Medical insurance – it is worth to consider additional medical insurance which gives you an access to private healthcare (LUX MED). For more details contact Marzena Górska email@example.com, Kazimierzowski Palace, Krakowskie Przedmieście 24/26, room 1.
Here you can find Work Regulations for Employees of the University of Warsaw.
If you encounter any problem at the University, there are many units that can help you, for example:
- The Psychological Counselling Centre of the University of Warsaw
- Anti-mobbing coordinator at UW (currently Magdalena Miksa; firstname.lastname@example.org). You can read more about anti-mobbing ordinance here.
If you need more information, check:
It always pays off to make an effort to learn some Polish while living in Poland. Feel invited to join Polonicum UW, Centre of Polish Language and Culture for Foreigners and make the most out of your stay in Poland. Find out more about polish language for foreigners.
We hope that this checklist provides a more structured overview of your early days with us. We’re happy to have you on board and you can always reach out to HR and any of your teammates if you have any questions.
WELCOME TO THE TEAM!