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ManpowerGroup Hungary welcomes new Country Manager

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Ottó Vég has been appointed Country Manager at the Hungarian office of human resources firm ManpowerGroup, taking effect from December 12. He will serve in the group’s Budapest office, according to a press statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal today.

Vég acquired professional experience on an international basis, having spent 15 years in the FMCG sector and the last eight years in HR services. He has experience in both sales and management, which played an important role in his recruitment, the press statement said.

“I am sure that Ottó Vég will represent added value to the realization of the company’s strategy, on the lines of making ManpowerGroup a market leader in Hungary,” said Riccardo Barberis, Southeast Europe regional managing director of ManpowerGroup. “Though the labor market is posing ever greater challenges for HR firms, we see significant potential in terms of the labor force in Central Europe. Hungary is the home of great professionals,” he added.

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