Tag "MGYOSZ"

Professional dialogue is also needed in wage matters

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Vocational training can be the solution to regional inequalities

Increasing world-wide employment would give room for faster development, but regional disparities deter countries from achieving their goals – according to the recently published OECD study conducted with the assistance...

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Suggestions by MGYOSZ to improve the vocational education system

On 19 September 2018 the Confederation of Hungarian Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ) held a press conference, where they informed the public about their plans to modernise vocational education. The confederation’s...

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MGYOSZ: a growing gap between employer expectations and the knowledge of students

There is a growing gap between the expectations of employers and the experience and expertise of graduates – Gablini Gábor, vice president of the Hungarian Association of Employers and Industrialists...

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A package of proposals has been prepared by the factory industry alliance for the renewal of vocational training

A Comprehensive Proposal Package has been developed by the National Association of Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ) for renewing vocational training – Futó Péter, president of the organization told at a...

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MGYOSZ asks the government to simplify the cafeteria system

The largest employers’ organization, representing more than 6000 middle and large companies, the National Association of Employers and Industrialists, considers the interests and support of domestic companies to be a...

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Magazine: Business risks constitute the biggest challenge for Hungarian CEOs

PwC Hungary, in partnership with the Confederation of Hungarian Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ), asked the opinion of Hungarian CEOs and summarised the results for the seventh time. Anita Mekler, a tax...

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Up to 150-200 thousand workers may be missing from the domestic job market

The number of employees in Budapest grew by 134,000 in seven years – while the lack of skilled workers is also a serious problem in the capital. The growing domestic...

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MGYOSZ: lack of specialist means the biggest limit for growth of companies

According to the survey of MGYOSZ, 92 percent of the company executives indicated the lack of specialists as the biggest obstacle of growth. The National Association of Employers and Industrialists...

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MGYOSZ for vocational education

On 31 May 2017 the Confederation of Hungarian Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ) announced at a press conference: in the autumn they will organise a series of programmes in every county, to learn...

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The MGYOSZ launches a national series of events for the development of vocational training

The National Association of Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ) is launching a national series of events for the development of vocational training in September. The National Association of Employers and Industrialists...

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The proper digital and tax environment is the precondition of the success of the economy

Szijjártó Péter, Minister of Foreign Affairs was the guest of the Economic Summit of the Hungarian Association of Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ). At the event, Dr. Futó Péter, President of...

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Latest forecast: economic recovery continues in 2016, but in 2017 GDP growth rate may decline in the EU

The BUSINESSEUROPE predicts that in 2016 at EU level a 2.0 percent GDP growth is expected, but the competitiveness of the continent may decrease in 2017. According to the latest...

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MGYOSZ: Sunday's labor remuneration is regulated in accordance with the Labour Code

The remuneration of Sunday work is currently controlled by the Labour Code (Mt) with the 50 percent Sunday supplement – the Employers and Industrialists Federation (MGYOSZ) told MTI on Tuesday....

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Varga: the Hungarian economy remains on the current growth trajectory

The Hungarian economy will stay at the current growth trajectory in the next 1.5 – 2 years; According to the latest calculations the Hungarian GDP may grow by 2.8 to...

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