Employees More Optimistic About Jobs

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The trusting attitude of Hungarian employees was balanced and stable in 2023, and it is also a cause for confidence that an improving trend can be expected this year, according to the latest joint research by BNP Paribas Cardif Biztosító and Median, writes hrportal.hu.

According to the survey conducted in December, respondents are much more optimistic about the prospects of their jobs compared to the end of the previous year.

"On the whole, the trusting attitude of Hungarian employees was balanced and stable throughout the year last year, which was not significantly influenced by the economic environment, but at the same time, compared to 2022, there was a slight decrease in partial values," said the CEO of BNP Paribas Cardif Biztosító, István Márk Kiss.

He added that an improving macroeconomic situation is expected in the year ahead, which should positively affect the mood of employees. At the same time, it is questionable whether the higher values ​​seen in the period before the COVID-19 pandemic will ever return.

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