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SafeGuard World International opens service center in Budapest

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SafeGuard World International (SGWI), a leading provider of global managed payroll, global employment outsourcing and international HR services, is opening a new office in Budapest, an announcement said today.

Located within the heart of the cityʼs Palace District, the new office is the latest addition in SafeGuardʼs growing network of regional service centers located across the United States, Mexico, the United Kingdom and India, the announcement said. The company expects the new location to provide a more localized service to its existing clients following the recent rapid growth the company has experienced within Eastern European markets.


"Following extensive research to locate rich talent pools that complemented SafeGuardʼs culture, Budapest was identified as the ideal location that would enable us to enhance our internal strengths and skillsets," the announcement noted, adding that harmonizing with SafeGuardʼs existing operational team in Cheshire, United Kingdom, this newly formed European super-center will underpin SafeGuardʼs ability to continually deliver exceptional Service Excellence.


"This is an exciting time for SafeGuard, with our Hungary office forming an integral piece of our growth strategy over the coming years," said Founder and Chief Guardian Bjorn Reynolds. "Talent acquisition and ensuring a world-class level of customer service are imperative to our success; this expansion strengthens our position of not only achieving these objectives, but also that of achieving our long term goal of becoming the principal payroll provider worldwide."

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