Both employers and trade unions deem it necessary to increase the number and level of flexible employment forms in as many sectors as possible.  

The National Confederation of Workers’ Councils is on the opinion that the Hungarian legislation is adequate. According to surveys, the proliferation of flexibility is hindered by the lack of trust of workers and labour disputes. In contrast to previous years, today there is no unemployment, thus it would be necessary to fine-tune the operation of the labour market with the involvement of the employers’ and workers’ sides. New and flexible work forms would provide better employment opportunities for people with young children or others who do not intend to work full-time due to other reasons.