Survey: More Hungarian firms consider new hires in Q2
Approximately 16% of Hungarian companies are planning new hires in the second quarter of 2016, two percentage points more than in the first quarter, according to a survey published by recruiting company Manpower yesterday.
While most of the companies surveyed do not expect any headcount changes in their companies, approximately 3% foresee layoffs, according to the survey, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
The ratio of companies planning new hires was highest, around 18%, in the region of Central Transdanubia, home to the cities of Veszprém and Székesfehérvár, MTI noted, citing the survey by Manpower.
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