Mercedes wins Randstad Award 2015


Mercedes finished first in Randstad’s list of most attractive workplaces in Hungary in 2015, overtaking Audi, which received the Randstad Award last year, recruiting company Randstad said today in a press release.

Randstad’s survey shows that employees in Hungary chiefly favor working in the automotive industry. Randstad presented the prize on April 23 for the second year in a row.

The first ten finishers are as follows:

1. Mercedes-Benz (2.)

2. Audi (1.)

3. IBM (3.)

4. Samsung Electronics (4.)

5. Bosch (6.)

6. Nestlé (7.)

7. GE General Electric (9.)

8. Richter Gedeon (10.)

9. Ericsson (-)

10. Continental Automotive (8.)

Numbers in the parentheses denote last year’s results.


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