BT workforce in Hungary doubled to 2,000 employees in the last two years to serve multinational companies
The Hungarian Government and BT, one of the world’s leading providers of communications services and solutions, have signed a Strategic Cooperation Agreement, supporting the development of BT’s operation centres in Hungary. The agreement was signed in Budapest on May 13 by Péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and by Zoltán Szabó, General Manager, and by Mária Grócz HR manager of BT’s Regional Operations Centre in Hungary. During the signature ceremony, BT also announced it had created 1,000 new jobs during the last two years, doubling the size of its local workforce: the number of BT employees in Hungary has now reached 2,000. The new roles at the operations centre in Hungary serve Global Services customers in multinational companies around the world.