BKV Recruiting Intensively
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There are ever fewer drivers at BKV Zrt., which is why the capital transport company is prioritizing recruitment, according to hrportal.hu.
The constantly decreasing number of drivers could lead to a point where "we can no longer carry out our tasks, so we want to" stop or reverse this, deputy CEO László Szedlmajer told reporters in Budapest yesterday, adding that BKV is conducting intensive recruitment.
He indicated that after the completion of Metro line 3, bus replacements would not cease, as they will be needed in several parts of the city, for example, due to the renovations of tram lines 50 and 56 starting in the summer.
Additionally, with the arrival of new trolleybuses, the performance of the trolleybus sector is expected to increase by around 13%, so the demand for staff will also increase, he added.
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