DR. benyó Béla

Date of birth:             04-19-1959

Nationality:                Hungarian

Civil status:               Married

Education:                  Sociologist

            E-mail:             Béla Benyó <benyo.bela@gmail.com>

 

1. EDUCATOIN:

 

Institution

[Date from - Date to]

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

Teachers’ Training Collage, EGER

1986 - 1990

Diploma on Adult training

ELTE University, Budapest

1992 - 1996

Diploma on Sociology

 

CORVINUS University, Budapest

1998 – 2004

PhD degree

 

2.      Language skills:

English: fluent , French: basic

 

3.      Membership of professional bodies (in the last years):  Board of International Financial Participation (IAFP), Committee for Accession on Social Dialogue, Preparatory Committee for European Social Fund, Member of team of experts to the National Employment Fund, Education Committee of the American Chambers of Commerce (AmCham)

 

4.      Other skills:  Microsoft office software (Word, Excel PowerPoint, statistical analyses by SPSS). Trained negotiator by ILO. Experience in chairing international meetings, presentations in English and Hungarian, writing discussion papers, facilitating seminars, experience in teaching, networking and cooperating international organizations (embassies), project management etc.

 

5.       Present position: Associate professor on sociology and professor on industrial relations

 

6.       Years within the firm:    two years

 

7.       Key qualifications:  professional negotiator (mediator), expert on labour issues, adult training specialist

 

8.       Specific experience in the region:

 

Country

Date from - Date to

Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, Czech Republic

1994 – 1998, International project on Health and safety (AFL-CIO)

 

Hungary, Ireland France, Finland

1996-1997, PHARE micro project

9.      Professional experience

Date from - Date to

Location

Company

Position

Description

1977-1992

Hungary

GE-Tungsram

HR specialist

Responsible for social affairs

1992-1994

Hungary

AFL - CIO

adviser

Active participation in setting up the labour centres in Hungary, taught self-management.

1994-1997

Hungary

Democratic Confederation of Free Trade Unions

International adviser, ILO expert, EU Project manager

Networking, taking part in the international activities of Trade Unions, participation at conference, seminars, meetings, etc.

1997-2004

Hungary

Ministry of  Labour, Ministry of Family and Social Affairs, Ministry of Economic Affairs

Negotiator, social dialogue specialist, liaison to EU DG. V.

Responsible for the activities of the national bodies (National Reconciliation Council and its subcommittees, National Labour Fund, National ILO Council)

2002-2006

Hungary

CORVINUS University, Budapest

Visitor lecturer

Teaching industrial relations

 

2002-2004

 

Hungary-Denmark

PHARE project

HU-0104 “Strengthening the autonomous social dialogue”

Project manager

Responsible for the implementation of the project

2004-2005

Hungary

Institute for Adult Education

researcher

Facilitating researches in the field of  adult education

2004-today

Hungary

King Sigismund Collage (private)

Professor

Teaching industrial relations

2006-today

Hungary

Semmelweis University

Associate professor

Teaching sociology, social policy

 

10.  Other relevant information  (Publications):

 

BENYO – CSAKO: Situation of the apprentices in the labour market, Educatio, Budapest, 1993.

BENYO, B.: Perception of the unemployment among school leavers, thesis, ELTE University, Budapest, 1996

BENYO, B.: Economic impact of the collective agreements in Hungary, Social Research, Budapest, 2000.

BENYO, B.: Workers’ Participation in Hungary, National ILO Council, Budapest, 2002.

BENYO, B.: Is workers’ participation meaningless in Hungary? Labour Review, I-II, Budapest, 2003.

BENYO, B.: Workers’ participation: situation of workers’ council in Hungary, PhD thesis, Economic University Budapest, 2004.

Bela Benyó – Laszlo Neumann – Melinda Kelemen: Employee participation in he Hungarian practice. In: The Hungarian Labour Market Review and Analyses, Ed: Károly Fazekas – Jenő Koltay, OFA, Budapest, 2006, pp 158-173