ExxonMobil Bets On Upskilling And Sustainability In New State-Of-The-Art Home

ExxonMobil Bets On Upskilling And Sustainability In New State-Of-The-Art Home

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The opening ceremony of ExxonMobil Üzletsegítő Központ Magyarország Kft.’s new office marked the perfect occasion for the company to announce an ambitious training program worth EUR 600,000 that will help staff gear up their digital skills. Up to 200 jobs will be created as part of the campaign, and future colleagues will be able to enjoy the benefits of one of the most modern and sustainable buildings in the Budapest region.

Texas-based ExxonMobil Corporation is one of the world’s largest multinational oil and gas corporations. Its Hungarian subsidiary, ExxonMobil Üzletsegítő Központ Magyarország Kft. has been operating since 2004 to perform accounting and tax advisory duties, and it is now the energy giant’s largest affiliate in Europe supporting its global operations in areas such as Commercial Operations, Finance, and Information Technology.

„There are now 156 business service centres in the country, employing a total of 70,500 people, which means a 50 percent increase within the space of five years" – said Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

The company launches a 24-month Digital Innovation Program with the aim to improve digital skills of its employees and facilitate the strengthening of innovative corporate culture. Some 500 people will have the choice to participate in four types of training, namely Digital Skills, Transformation and Innovation, Technology and Tool as well as Digital Development.

ExxonMobil has now moved into a state of the art office complex called Pillar that has been awarded the LEED Gold (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. Pillar is one of the most modern and sustainable offices in the Budapest region.  Designed for collaboration, innovation and learning, it is meant to reflect ExxonMobil’s long-term commitment to its presence in Hungary and an enabler for a new way of working.

"ExxonMobil's Global Business Center in Budapest will be integral for the company to play a leading role in the Energy Transition, providing the resources and solutions that underpin modern life"- says Byung Kim, ExxonMobil Hungary's Lead Country Manager.