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PROJECT WORKFORCE / JÓZSEF VÉGH / HR DIRECTOR OF K&H  CSOPORT

1.   What tasks do you employ cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b58d_project?

 

We employ both internal and external specialists for our project work. Whether we assign internal or external personnel to a project depends on whether we have the available internal capacity for the expertise, how quickly we need to find employees with the necessary competencies, and whether the knowledge associated with the project_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_how important it is to keep it in-house, how strategically important the topic is. In general, we use external resources for assignments covering shorter periods of time or for competences that cannot be recruited in a realistic time on the market. Another typical case of the use of external expertise, when it is more economical to solve the task in this way, is, for example, occasional on-call interventions.

 

2.   Why is it worth employing project workers?

 

If we mean external resources for the project, then in general it can be said that this solution is almost always more expensive in terms of cost, because we have to pay VAT and the profit of the external company in addition to the salary of the specialist who performs the work. This is about 40-50% extra cost. On the other hand, the advantage of the solution comes from the fact that, in addition to the advantages mentioned in the previous question, there is no need to take into account the limitations of the obligations associated with employment; the workforce can be assigned to tasks much more flexibly.   

 

3.   Do you think the demand for project-based work will increase in the world? Why?

 

The demand for project work will increase, on the one hand, because more and more specialized knowledge is needed, and this knowledge must only be used in certain periods within the framework of a program (project), i.e. it is not worth solving in the context of employment; on the other hand, everyday, normal work sessions can increasingly be perceived as individual projects, for which project team members must also be "recruited". The third reason is that   even in larger companies, flexibility and agility are increasingly important, while at the same time keeping the permanent workforce at an increasingly optimal level.  _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_

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