Zita Erős Appointed HR Director at KPMG Hungary


Zita Erős took up the position of HR director at KPMG Hungary on September 4, 2023, the Big Four firm tells the Budapest Business Journal.

Erős is no stranger to the world of the Big Four. Starting her career as a business consultant, she was responsible for recruitment selection, career development, and performance management in the Central and Eastern European offices of the Boston Consulting Group. Her diverse professional experience is reflected in her expertise in a number of industries beyond consulting, including the HR side of the GE-Tungsram transformation across 23 countries and supporting the international integration of Foodora as head of HR before joining KPMG.

"I believe it is important to bring new directions to KPMG that will help us respond quickly and strengthen our market position, in addition to the programs that are already working well. As a leader, I passionately believe that teamwork is an essential ingredient for success, and I want to further strengthen and shape the spaces for collaboration within and between teams," said KPMG's new HR director on her appointment.

With the appointment of Erős, KPMG aims to further strengthen its position as an inclusive workplace rich in opportunities, which provides professional fulfillment and an inspiring intellectual environment, while attracting talent, the company says. KPMG also aims to further develop its operations and its client and corporate culture that humanizes technology in a constantly and rapidly changing socioeconomic environment.


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