ExxonMobil Hungary moves HQ into Pillar office building

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ExxonMobil moved its largest office in Europe into the Pillar office building in Budapest, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The energy company's largest office on the continent supports the company's global operations in areas such as trading, finance, and IT.  

Pillar office building has been designed to support teamwork, innovation and the professional development of employees. The building is aiming to be a people-centric workplace full of modern technology and life, offering a transformed work environment that is community-orchestrated, creating opportunities for employees to get to know each other better, and build personal relationships.

The office building has also been awarded LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification for its forward-thinking solutions. The certification recognizes sustainable architectural and engineering innovations such as the ceilings made from recycled plastic bottles, the carpets in the communal areas made from discarded fishing nets, and the building's own e-car charging network.

ExxonMobil has been part of the Hungarian economy since 2004. The company now employs more than 2,000 people in the country. 

In view of its dynamic expansion and development in Hungary, the company recently announced that it will change the name of its subsidiary from Business Services Center to ExxonMobil Hungary.

ExxonMobil says that it remains committed to supporting local communities. Employees can volunteer for local charities on paid workdays.

"We are ready to do all we can to help the communities where we live. As a testament to our employees' willingness to do their part, more than 1,200 pieces of furniture and electronics from our former offices have been donated to local schools, hospitals, children's homes, and community centers," said Byung Kim, managing director of ExxonMobil Hungary.  

ExxonMobil Hungary has also been actively involved in helping to alleviate the burden of the refugee wave in Ukraine. In addition to the group's USD 10 million donation, ExxonMobil Hungary is also supporting Hungarian relief programs with an additional HUF 50 million in cooperation with social organizations such as United Way, Red Cross, Eastern European Mission, BBM Foundation, and Carpathian Foundation. 

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