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Do you still say with your head held high that you work for the Hungary Phone Number List company that is now the most controversial in terms of state aid, holiday pay, dividend, or with an advertising campaign that completely misses the mark? Do you have to defend your business when you’re yelling at your neighbor on the sidewalk from your kitchen window? And are you still writing Hungary Phone Number List a cover letter for that cool position, if it’s at a company that didn’t behave so well during the crisis? Or do you think twice before you send that letter to a Booking.com, and do you also look for vacancies at the Bavaria’s of this world. Companies that have proven that they (want to) do good.
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