Adecco presents fourth installment of ‘Way to Work’ program
This year, Adecco is organizing its fourth job fair entitled “Way to Work” to help young jobseekers, the Hungarian subsidiary of the Zurich-based HR firm said today in a press release.
From March 26, an event known as “Street Day”, invites young jobseekers to visit Adecco’s offices in Budapest, Győr, Gyöngyös, Kecskemét, Miskolc Székesfehérvár and Tatabánya, where Adecco’s professionals will provide free training and consultations.
The aim of the program is to “give young jobseekers work experience and provide them with advice” and to help them take the “first step” in their careers, Hungarian CEO Ottó Vég said.
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