Companies reluctant to start their post-crisis rehiring are preparing to take advantage of student work to an unusual extent this year. This could give a further boost to student cooperatives, which are already booming. but are Hungarian students really all that inclined to take on summer jobs?
Tamás Fehér, the managing director of Grafton Kft in Budapest, spoke to the BBJ about the advantages and issues of short-term student employment in the context of professional HR agency services.
Student cooperatives are back continuing a decade-long expansion that was only briefly halted by the crisis in 2009. Firms afraid of rehiring are looking for even more student work.