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Bosch attracts Y and Z generations

Digital learning is challenge of the future

  • Most Attractive Employer Award
  • Decades of collaboration with schools and universities
Bosch attracts Y and Z generations

Budapest – PwC this year asked more than 37,000 young people between the ages of 16 and 28 – fresh graduates and students in secondary schools, colleges and universities – about the employers they would like to work for. The findings of the questionnaire survey formed the basis for the Most Attractive Employer Award 2019, which in the Manufacturing category went to the Bosch Group in Hungary. András Somogyi, Human Resources Director of the Bosch Group, said, “We are very proud of this award, and we would like to thank the students and graduates for their support in voting for us. The honour is shared by every one of my colleagues in Bosch.”

With nine subsidiaries in Hungary, the Bosch Group is the largest foreign industrial employer in Hungary. Bosch IoT and Industry 4.0 developments have been present for several years in the group’s plants in Hatvan, Miskolc, Maklár and Eger. The products coming out of the Bosch plants are not just engineering components, they are shapers of the future. Just as important as production itself are production-support activities like reducing transport costs and failure rates, rationalising logistics, improving cost efficiency, and effecting international knowledge transfer and collaboration. In addition to our manufacturing activities, the Bosch Engineering Center Budapest is the group’s largest R&D centre in Europe outside Germany, with nearly 2800 engineers working on the latest advances in the automotive industry. The group’s broad competence base enables it to go on setting trends in the connected world and raise a new technically-educated generation capable of meeting the needs of the Hungarian labour market.

Among the focus areas of the survey were internationality, personal development and transparent corporate operation. It found that the 16–28 age group put flexible working conditions and working hours in first place among their criteria for choosing an employer, ahead of stability and dependability, with pay coming behind all of these.

András Somogyi added that experience-based employment and the provision of constant in-house training to keep its associates’ skills up to date have become priority considerations for Bosch in recent years. As an international concern, Bosch is continuously endeavouring to create a varied, inspiring and creative working environment for its associates.

Tags: Bosch, Most Attractive Employer, competence, experience-based employment, creative working environment

Dóra Domokos
phone: +36 1 879-8928