Some 500 jobs should be created in the immediate future, for example, with Hewlett-Packard planning to take on an additional 270 people, mostly system and network administrators. The news was announced by head of HP Slovakia, Martin Kubala.
One of the massive Slovak success stories, the anti-virus development company Eset, is also hoping to expand its workforce by as much as a fifth, meaning an additional 100 vacancies on the market for experts in computer networks and infiltrations.
Dell Slovakia, which already has a large payroll in Slovakia, is looking to recruit an additional 100 people, but mostly in marketing, finance and service support. “We are expanding the services of Dell’s European Business Centre in Bratislava” said HR manager of the company, Peter Varga.
Lenovo’s new HR centre in Bratislava should also expand by an additional 30 jobs in September.