Audi, the Most Attractive Company in Hungary
The company was voted as mentioned above by the people who work for or would like to work for Audi, in a study compiled by the two organizations (Aon Hewitt is a Human Resources consultant and AIESEC a student organization). In all, 33,000 people had a say in Audi's Hungarian division being recognized as one of the best places to work for, including 8,000 graduates from 25 Hungarian universities.
“The focus is on the individual at Audi and at its subsidiaries. Audi Hungaria is an excellent example: This recognition by Aon Hewitt and AIESEC confirms for the third time that the company’s purposeful and sustainable HR strategy is the right one,” said Thomas Sigi, Audi member of the board for Human Resources.
The people who voted for Audi chose it because of several factors, some of the most important being attractiveness, competitiveness, pay and development opportunities inside the company. In all, Audi had to battle 230 Hungarian companies coming from 19 branches of industry.
“We not only offer an innovative working environment and a secure job but also competitive pay and good opportunities for professional advancement,” added a very proud Richard Rozman, Audi Hungaria's director of Human Resources.