Build your future within ASB.

At ASB, we focus on cooperation, development and excellent working environment. Our passionate young experts are keen on facing new challenges and enjoy their work. We strongly encourage professional development and support our people in acquiring new qualifications and skills. We learn from each other and appreciate the fact that we work in a place full of respect and open communication.

Career

Modern offices, modern approach.

Yes! We also care about the well-being of our staff. Our employees are privileged to work in modern A-class office buildings in central locations, enjoy our office cafeterias, take advantage of sponsored fitness plans, private medical care, language courses and many other employee benefits.

View ASB career opportunities.

We hire talented, intelligent and passionate people. We believe that thanks to the mix of diversity of experience, professional knowledge, creative approach and productive cooperation we can always find the best solution. If you want to work with committed professionals, ASB is the place for you. Check out our open positions and apply now.

Extension of Antivirus A until the end of this year

The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MSLA) has issued a statement on Antivirus. On Tuesday, October 14, 2020, the government approved the extension of Antivirus A until the end of this year. Companies closed by the government order will now be entitled to 100% wage compensation. In the case of quarantine, the state contribution remains at 80% of wage compensation.

General Anti-Abusive Regulations in Poland

General Anti-Abusive Regulations (GAAR) were introduced in Poland as of 15 July 2016. However, for the first 3 years, they were scarcely used. This has however changed. In the press publications of 16 October 2020, the Ministry of Finance informs that he has just finished 20 tax proceedings which resulted in PLN 500M of additional taxable income assessed at the side of 12 taxpayers.

Deferral of tax obligations in the state of emergency

In connection with the declared state of emergency, the Ministry of Finance announced that businesses can defer their tax obligations, provided that more than half of their income comes from government-prohibited or restricted activities.