Roche expands its Budapest business solutions center portfolio with strategic HR services. The company opens 150 new positions in March, further growth of around 100 roles expected for later in the year.
By bringing complex People & Culture (formerly known as Human Resources) positions to Hungary, Roche expands its services & solutions center in Budapest with 150 new roles. The site provides finance, procurement, HR and IT solutions to more than 60 countries – with the new, more added value positions the areas of expertise offered by the center broadens even further.
Budapest-based Roche Services (Europe) Ltd. grew in size from 900 to 1,300 employees in the past four years, and is now opening 150 new positions in March, after the global healthcare company decided to transform its People & Culture (P&C) structure. “We’re constantly working on making our solutions more effective and of higher quality. We’re really happy to introduce new functions with these P&C positions - with this change we will offer a complex scope of duties that we believe are unique on the Hungarian service center market,” the General Manager of the Budapest office, Martin Kikstein said.
In practice, this means that Roche’s solution centers – including the Budapest office covering the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions – will broaden their people & culture portfolios with more complex, strategic duties, starting from March. The new colleagues will join People Support Solutions (PSS), the company’s organization providing regional P&C services. “Our center in Budapest has been supporting 50,000 Roche employees in more than 60 countries of the region – this remains the same, but our area of expertise and the added value of our tasks will grow significantly,” Zoltán Czuprik, P&C Director of Roche Services (Europe) Ltd. said. He added that “within our expansion, for most of the new roles we’re looking for people with HR expertise and fluent English, while we’re also seeking colleagues with German, Spanish, Italian and French language skills. The positions will be opened on March 1.”
The company offers exceptionally flexible working, various benefits and a highly people-focused culture – home office is common practice and its conditions can be tailored for employees according to needs. Among other things, the above characteristics resulted in the significant increase of employee satisfaction and engagement in the past few years. “We’re planning to further enhance our already very flexible system by ensuring that those who cannot or don’t want to move to Budapest, can join us as well,” Zoltán Czuprik added, mentioning that they are expecting further growth of around 100 roles in finance later in the year.
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