Similar to previous years, PwC Hungary surveyed the workplace preferences of future employees in 2019 as well. This year’s research also focused on internationalisation, personal development and transparent corporate operations. 51 per cent of the more than 37,000 young people participating in the survey study in higher education, while 21 per cent go to secondary school and 27 per cent work. According to the research findings, flexible work schedules and working hours are the most important criteria of choosing a job in the 16-28 age group, followed by stability and predictability, both preceding basic salary.
“We are very pleased that we have been recognised again, as this award reaffirms that the values we cherish, such as stability and living a full life supported by welfare institutions and healthcare programmes, as well as interesting and challenging work are extremely important for our existing and future employees. Building on our current strengths, we will continue to strive to respond in a direct, supportive and innovative manner to business challenges and employee needs,” Katalin Erdei, Richter’s Human Resources Director said.
PwC Hungary presented the PwC’s Most Attractive Employer Awards in ten industry categories this year, based on the responses and preferences given in the questionnaire.