1/3 of companies plan to raise headcount in Q1

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Around 34% of Hungarian companies plan to raise headcount in the coming quarter, according to a representative survey by staffing company ManpowerGroup, napi.hu reports.

Just 17% of companies plan layoffs, according to the study of 504 employers.

ManpowerGroup noted that more companies in Budapest plan new hires than in other regions, such as Central Transdanubia, while discrepancies are also "significant" depending on the sector and business size.

According to the survey, 23% of domestic employers plan to make covid vaccination compulsory for their employees, and a further 17% will introduce a vaccination obligation for specific jobs.

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