Delph, where did I write whether working in a supermarket was bad or not?
Ah, I misread your comments, I read the "no other choice" = being bad.
I doubt that in case of students, tbh, they have families that support them and I doubt working on weekends only would make such a difference (to starve or not to starve).
It very well could do - I'm only going by the university here, but the social scholarship just about covers rent here. That weekend job would give them (let's say) 160zl a week - more than enough for transport and food.
Maybe they are, maybe they aren't. I honestly don't know. I'd have to ask someone working there. Did you?
Some people very might possibly be, especially in some of the worse supermarkets.
Maybe it's because of supermarkets forcing people to work 7 days a week or sth (there was that case of Biedronka, I don't remember what was that all about anymore). They probably picked Sunday because it's traditionally considered a non-working day.
I don't think it's even legal to make people work 7 days a week unless they're on umowa zlecenie?
But I guess you had some other day free of work?
In my case, I used to get two weekdays off - I worked Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Poland is not officially a secular country. When was this stated? It has been known as a Catholic country for a long time. Even many people who do not live in Poland, when they meet a Polish person [let's say, in Britain], they assume that he or she is Catholic. When you ask why? ' Well because Poland is a Catholic country isn't it?' This tends to be the reply that you get. It would be correct as well.
Oh dear WP...
We, the Polish Nation - all citizens of the Republic,
Both those who believe in God as the source of truth, justice, good and beauty,
As well as those not sharing such faith but respecting those universal values as arising from other sources,
Equal in rights and obligations towards the common good - Poland,
It is not a Catholic country, as clearly stated in the Constitution. In fact, the utter absence of Catholicism from the Constitution should give you a very big hint as to what the country is.