On October 03, the Humanites Institute for Employers held a conference: “Fighting for Talent and Employee Wellbeing in the Age of AI.” as a summary of the first global wellbeing action from Poland Two Hours for Family/Humanites.

The impact of the technological revolution on reality and its consequences for employees and employers was devoted to a panel discussion with representatives of companies creating the best workplace wellbeing culture in Poland. The event took place at the headquarters of the Conference Partner – Crido Foundation.


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Video report from the conference:

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The conference also included the presentation of awards in the competition for the best implementation of the Two Hours for Family | Human action in 2023. The awarded companies were: Burda Media Polska (second place), and ex aequo third place: Emagine, KGHM Polska Miedź S.A.. Honorable mentions went to the companies: CERRAD Sp. z o.o., Intrum, Polish Gas Company, TAURON Polska Energia S.A., Signify Poland

The Two Hours for Family | Humanites movement in May 2023 celebrated the finale of the 12th edition of the #2h4family campaign. More than 2,000 companies and organizations from dozens of countries around the world, from Europe to Australia, have already joined the global “Great Social Change of Work Culture and Lifestyle” program created by impact investor and Humanites Institute President Zofia Dzik. The Humanites Institute estimates that the beneficiaries of the movement are approx. 3,000,000 female and male employees. Large multinational corporations as well as medium and small companies participate in the campaign: including Alior Bank, Anvil, Aviva, AVON, Basf, Bank BPH, BNP Paribas, Colliers, Dohler, Enea, Enel-Med, Erbud, GFK, K2, Mostostal, Oracle, Orlen, Pentacomp, Signify, Shell, Tauron, Ultimo, Yellow or Zwae. P

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– Summary of the outflow and effects of the action in 2023,

– Presentation of awards in the competition for the best implementation of the #2h4family action in 2023.

– Panel discussion The struggle for talent and well-being in the age of AI, hosted by journalist, writer and author of the K3 podcast: Dariusz Bugalski. The panel included representatives of: Orange Poland, Bibby Financial Services, Humanites Institute, Crido, AIESEC Poland.

Panel discussion with business:

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The impact of the technological revolution on reality and its consequences for employees and employers was the subject of a panel discussion with representatives of companies creating the best workplace well-being culture in Poland. Read more HERE.

According to the Polish edition of the international Humanites survey: “Well-working – Family Responsibility of Business 2022. ” only 20% of employees see their boss as a role model. In contrast, as many as 93% of respondents feel pressure to prioritize their work life over their private life. In contrast, this year’s Gallup Report indicates that the phenomenon of “quiet quitting” affects as many as 59% of employees worldwide.


Faced with these figures, in the intractable situation of the global economic crisis, international business has a mission to accomplish. It won’t be up to the challenge unless it makes a big turn toward humanity. Amid the numerous problems, however, will business not be tempted to bet on profit at the expense of workers’ subjectivity? Humanites has for years been urging companies for such development strategies, according to which business will realize its goals and the people employed will find a sense of meaning.


The aforementioned challenges are also recognized by EU lawmakers. Due to legislative changes, more Polish companies will soon be required to report their ESG activities, and the middle component “S” (social) is what Humanites is responding to. Also addressing these issues is the Humanites Institute’s conference “Two Hours for Family | for Humanity – the fight for talent and employee well-being in the age of AI.”


The new ESG regulations that will cover more and more companies in the coming years place a very strong emphasis on corporate responsibility. More and more companies are recognizing this and building on it in terms of investors. For the latter, a company’s consistency in ESG philosophy is increasingly becoming an important decision-making criterion. – Zofia Dzik, president of the Humanites Institute, said.

Organizer of Action 2h4family 2h4human:

Humanites Institute – Human and Technology is a Think&Do Tank that has been working for sustainable development of social capital since 2010. The mission of the Humanites Institute is an informed, happy, cognitively open, proactive and socially sensitive human being.

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Guests: CEOs, directors, managers, journalists, employees responsible for HR, marketing, communication, promotion, media patrons, action partners, action ambassadors.

CRIDO Foundation is a partner of the event

Partners of the 2023 Campaign:

KROSS S.A., Bibby Financial Services, CERRAD sp. z o.o., Great Place to Work, Business Women Leaders Foundation, Librus, SHE Leader, ThinkTank, Reputation Managers, Wirtualna Polska

Would you like to take part in a wellbeing action for companies and organizations?

We invite companies interested in joining the Two Hours for Family/Human action to contact us:


+48 505 017 957

See you soon!

Humanites Institute Team

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