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Capgemini is a global leader in partnering with companies to transform and manage their business by harnessing the power of technology.

We are guided everyday by its purpose of unleashing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future. It is a responsible and diverse organization of over 350,000 team members in more than 50 countries.

We have been present in Poland since 1996 and our business centers are strategically located in economically important areas to provide Capgemini with well-educated and talented workers.

Our team consists of over 11,000 professionals who serve our clients with deep industry-specific expertise. Our activity is focused on providing top class and industry leading solutions and business services.

Our Rewards and Recognitions

The way we hire

Find out how to go through the recruitment process at Capgemini. We currently work in a hybrid model. The recruitment and induction training process usually takes place online.

Recruitment process

Familiarize yourself with the different stages of the recruitment process, assess your level of language skills according to international criteria and find out what to consider when interviewing with a recruiter.

Working Time within Capgemini – useful guidelines

    Hybrid Model

    We will support our teams in the hybrid way of working – that’s why we subsidize home office equipment – to make working from home comfortable and safe. As a point of principle we encourage our employees to work from the office at least 3 days a week


    Among our job offers, you will also find positions where work takes place in shifts. To be able to work the way you want, check the available solutions at the recruitment stage.

    Flex Abroad

    As part of our flexible working policy, we have the Flex Abroad program, which allows you to work temporarily in more than 25 countries for up to 45 days a year. We give you the opportunity to customize your work environment to suit your personal needs.

      What we offer

      Discover a job that suits your personal needs.

      Working at Capgemini means not only a lot of opportunities for professional development, but also a lot of additional benefits that can help you with your work-life balance. The freedom to choose employee benefits will allow you to take advantage of those proposals that will actually be of interest to you – the Nais cafeteria system will help you with this.

      Environmental Sustainability

      By driving net zero thinking into our operations and the work we do with clients we’re ensuring 
      a sustainable future for our planet. In 2023, as part of our “Impact Together” activities, our volunteers collected trash from 6 rivers and plant 11,000 trees.

      Digital Inclusion

      By using the skills and passions of our people, we’re bridging the digital divide for a future where the technology is an opportunity 
      for everyone. We encourage Women at every stage of their career to develop through Women@Capgemini community. In Poland, more than 50% of employees are women.

      Diversity and Inclusion

      By creating a vibrant and inclusive culture where talent representing society in all its richness and diversity are empowered to build meaningful careers, we’re building a future where all talent can thrive.
      Our focus on fostering a sense of belonging, irrespective of background, is reflected in OUTfront or CapAbility, 2 of our employee led networks focused on promoting diversity, equity and inclusion within the workplace and society.

      Learning & Development

      We support you in the process of enhancing the skills, knowledge, and capabilities to consistently improve your performance and contribute to our overall success. Our effective learning and development programs are crucial for keeping you engaged, adaptable and equipped with the necessary skills to meet the evolving demands of the workplace. We support learning in the flow of work alongside experts who collaborate on top-tier solutions for global brands. Joining us means constant growth and a focus on tackling present and future challenges head-on. We support TechT@lk, and numerous conferences & Hackathons partnerships / workshops.

      Working Conditions and Formalities

      If you are employed in Poland, your employer will insure you through the Polish National Health Fund (NFZ). It allows you to benefit from all the medical services from health care providers who have contracts for health services with Polish National Health Fund. You will also have Social Security Insurance (ZUS). As part of employment with Capgemini, we offer life insurance and private health care for employees and their families. You will be also entitled to use various additional benefits from means of the Social Fund.

      All employees are obliged to have social security insurance. The obligatory social security contributions consist of 4 elements: pension, fund, retirement, sickness and accident premiums. They will be deducted from your gloss salary by us, on monthly basis.

      Healthcare in Poland is financed by the National Health Fund – a central state budget created to protect health. An obligatory health premium – alongside with a social insurance premium will be deducted from yourgross salary for an on-going work by our employees.

      If you are not a Citizen of the European Union, Norway, Lichtenstein, Iceland or Switzerland, you will need a visa and work permit to legally stay and work in Poland. We will help you in obtaining work permit in Poland and we can guide you with other formalities in Polish offices such as registration in the municipal office. If you plan to stay longer than your visa expiration date, we can guide you how to apply for a residence permit in order to obtain residence card.

      The basics you must address to be in line with polish regulations

      Mandatory actions once you reach Poland

      Where and when to apply
      The application for registration of residence must be submitted in person (i.e. it is required to appear in person when submitting the application or at the request of the authority) to the competent province governor for the area where the citizen resides, no later than the next day after the end of the 3-month period following the date of entry into the territory of the Republic of Poland.  

      If residence in the territory of the Republic of Poland is longer than three months, the EU citizen and their family member with EU citizenship are required to register their residence, whereas a family member who is not an EU citizen is required to obtain a residence card for a family member of an EU citizen. The obligation to register residence does not apply to EU citizens who exercise their right of residence to seek employment

      How to legalise the work of a third-country national in Poland?

      If you are foreigner living in Poland, you can register your residence – in such a situation, you will automatically obtain a PESEL Number [Polish acronym for „Universal Electronic System for Registration of the Population”]. If you cannot register your residence, and any agency requires a PESEL Number from you – submit an application. Check how to do this.