Randstad Hungary competes to acquire service center
Randstad Hungary, the Hungarian subsidiary of Dutch multinational human resource consulting firm, is planning to raise staff numbers by 200 in 2015 if the unit is able to convince the parent company to bring part of a new service center to Budapest, managing director Sándor Baja said today.
Randstad Hungary's biggest rivals in the competition to acquire 70% of the center are peers in Prague and Kuala Lumpur, the managing director said, adding that “the infrastructure and economic environment in the Czech Republic put the Prague unit into an advantageous position, however the Hungarian unit has more experience with service centers, and wages are lower”.
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