Hungary’s most attractive employer
- Audi Hungaria was once again voted to be Hungary’s most attractive employer and the most attractive employer in the Hungarian automotive industry for 2020.
- As a manufacturer of premium products, Audi Hungaria offers its employees secure jobs and competitive wage and bonus systems.
- In addition to their monthly salary, which comprises a base salary plus a variable, performance-based component, employees can also choose from numerous non-wage benefits.
Focus on employees
- On December 31, 2020, Audi Hungaria employed a total of 12,226 people, making the company the region’s largest employer.
- 5,503 employees worked in powertrain production and 4,482 in automobile production in 2020.
- In March, negotiating teams from AUDI HUNGARIA Zrt. and the Audi Hungaria Independent Union reached a new agreement on wages. The agreement has a term of three years, over which the employees will see their average income increase by 36 percent. There is a wide range of career opportunities, and employees can glean international experience at Volkswagen Group sites.
- In 2020, nearly 200 Hungarian employees worked at Group sites abroad, including in China, Mexico and Russia. The company also places great value on continuous training measures.
- Employee training has been conducted at the 11,000-square meter (118,403.0 sq ft) Audi Akademie Hungaria Training Center since 2011. Here employees can participate in need-based and future-oriented technical and interdisciplinary training as well as practice-oriented courses.
Top vocational training
Audi Hungaria considers ensuring the availability of talented and motivated young employees by means of high-quality education and research programs to be of strategic importance. The company supports the future- and practice-oriented training of future generations with numerous initiatives.
The Audi Hungaria Training Center celebrated a milestone anniversary in 2020: The recognized German school abroad in Győr was established ten years ago at the initiative of Audi Hungaria. Today the facility offers Hungarian and German children German-language daycare in kindergarten as well as German-language instruction from elementary school to high school graduation with Abitur, which qualifies for admission to German colleges and universities, and complete career training. The diplomas/certificates of completion are recognized by both Germany and Hungary.
The company has enjoyed a successful partnership with the city’s secondary schools in the area of dual vocational education for nearly 20 years. Audi Akademie Hungaria offers trainees dual vocational training programs for 14 different automotive, electronics and metalworking professions. A new commercial training program was added to the dual vocational training program in September 2017.
Audi Hungaria maintains complex collaborations with five partner universities throughout Hungary. The Széchenyi István University in Győr is a strategic institutional academic partner. Audi Hungaria established the Department of Automotive Engineering with seven professorships.Audi Hungaria makes a significant contribution to practice-oriented education and research with industrial relevance.
The company supports and initiates results-oriented research programs in collaboration with its academic partners to foster the development of Audi Hungaria via the transfer of know-how and future technologies.