Bosch has chosen Hungary for the location of its Service Centre - VIDEO REPORT

Bosch has chosen Hungary for the location of its Service Centre - VIDEO REPORT

2021. 04. 12.

boschBosch is establishing another site for important tasks in Hungary: the Company will establish its service centre in Vecsés, from where HR support will be provided for five Central-Eastern European countries as a first step. The investment will create 225 new jobs in the town located in Pest County and will be implemented by a spending of almost EUR 19 million.

In 2019 the Bosch Group structured its organisational units providing processes in support of its core activities into a new global division. The set-up of the Central-Eastern European SSC organisation is a further step in that transformation, which will be linked and connected to the organisational unit of similar ones established worldwide previously.

Due to its innovative, digital solutions and automated processes, the Vecsés Service Centre provides simpler, more efficient and more convenient services for Bosch associates. At first, the centre will carry out HR and customer service work in the fields of labour administration, project management, payroll, international assignments, HR-IT, as well as recruitment and training. The centre will also support the colleagues in all HR administration-related topics in a quick and easy way with new digital solutions.

The investment will further strengthen the presence of the Bosch Group in Hungary. The scope of services and countries may be expanded later, thus the Hungarian centre may become one of the leading European SSC locations within the Bosch Group.

A strategic aim of the project is to centralise processes creating high added value, besides administrative activities, in the Central-Eastern European Service Centre, such as IT developments for the HR systems, automation (RPA) development, HR support for compensation and change management, and other supportive activities, not falling within the scope of the HR domain.

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