Number of Warehousing, Logistics Temps up 10%
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The number of temporary workers in the field of warehousing and logistics increased by 10% compared to the end of last year, writes hrportal.hu.
There has been an increase in the electronics industry, and due to seasonality, the demand for flexible working in the tourism and hospitality industry has also increased, but in the case of the latter, there is a significant drop compared to the data measured in the same period last year.
Most businesses are waiting for the Hungarian workforce, which, due to almost full employment, necessitates a more flexible approach than before in terms of search and employee mobility by providing worker accommodation, company buses, and creating a workforce different from the classic one.
Using the experience of HR service providers, more companies are recruiting directly.
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