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  • SPAR receives employees from other sectors

    SPAR receives employees from other sectors

    SPAR received almost 900 new employees from other sectors in the past two weeks providing immediate job opportunities for jobseekers in its store chain nationwide. SPAR considers collaboration highly important in order to preserve the workplaces. „In this current particularly difficult situation, it is extremely important to the Hungarian economy that as many people can...
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  • Henkel will reduce fossil-based virgin plastic by 50 percent

    Henkel will reduce fossil-based virgin plastic by 50 percent

    Henkel is stepping up its commitment for sustainability and has set further ambitious packaging targets for 2025 to promote a circular economy. By then, 100 percent of Henkel’s packaging will be recyclable or reusable* and the company will reduce fossil-based virgin plastics by 50 percent in its consumer goods packaging. Additionally, Henkel wants to contribute...
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  • 170 new employees and Ice Cube drivers are helping with food delivery at Tesco

    170 new employees and Ice Cube drivers are helping with food delivery at Tesco

    More than 170 new colleagues have joined the Tesco Grocery Home Shopping team recently, whose work is also supported by staff and cars from the delivery company Ice Cube. The company can thus deliver food to even more customers at home, while also providing job opportunities for those who have lost their jobs. This way,...
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  • Nestlé Group is actively engaged in mitigating the negative impacts of the coronavirus pandemic

    Nestlé Group is actively engaged in mitigating the negative impacts of the coronavirus pandemic

    Wage supplement and extraordinary benefit for all Nestlé Hungária production and supply chain employees, but the company also plays an important role in helping people in need. Nestlé joins forces with the International Federation of the Red Cross and its national associations and donates CHF 10 million to support their work. Its Hungarian subsidiary adds...
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