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(STAF) Staffline Group Share Chat

Discussion in 'General Share Chat (STAF)' started by Inspiration, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Inspiration

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    This share has performed exceptionally well over the last year.

    Here's some background info:

    Staffline Group plc is an outsourcing company. The Company is engaged in provision of recruitment and outsourced human resource services to industry and services in the welfare to work arena and skills training. The Company's operating segments include the provision of temporary staff to customers and the provision of welfare to work and other training services (Employability). It provides managed workforces to the logistics, e-retail, manufacturing, driving, agriculture, food processing and support services sectors in over 250 locations in the United Kingdom, Eire and Poland. The Employability segment includes the Avanta and Eos brands and Government contracts, which offer Work Programme, a contractor in four regions in England; Steps to Success, a contractor in Northern Ireland; Youth Guarantee (MyGo Centre), and Ministry of Justice Transforming Rehabilitation in Warwickshire and West Mercia. The Company also provides training services through Elpis, Learning Plus and Skillspoint.
     
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    RNS 27th January 2016

    STAFFLINE
    ('Staffline' or 'the Group')


    FULL YEAR RESULTS FOR THE 12 MONTHS ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2015


    Staffline, the Staffing services, outsourcing, training and Employability organisation, providing people and operational expertise to industry, today announces its full year results for the year ended 31 December 2015.


    Financial highlights*:

    · Revenues up 40% to £702.2 million (2014: £503.2 million)

    · Group gross profit up 34% to £86.8 million (2014: £64.8 million)

    · Underlying* profit before tax up 52% to £28.3 million (2014: £18.6 million)

    · Underlying diluted earnings per share up 55% to 92.4p (2014: 59.7p)

    · Final dividend of 12.5p; total dividend for the year of 20p (2014: 13.5p), an increase of 48%


    * Underlying figures are stated before amortisation of acquired intangible assets, acquisition and exceptional re-organisation costs in A4e and the non-cash charge for share based payment costs ("SBPC")
     
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    Read finnCap's note on STAFFLINE GROUP PLC (STAF), out this morning, by visiting https://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00B040L800

    "Staffline has confirmed that in the year to date the group has continued to make “excellent” progress. We forecast 28% EPS growth in FY 2016E and current trading is in line with expectations. The group started the year with a record new business pipeline in Staffing and momentum has continued to build. In the Employability division, tangible improvements are being delivered on the Work Programme Contract performance. We maintain our view that Staffline..."
     
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    Staffline Group, the AIM listed recruitment consultancy, posted an encouraging trading update this morning, showing strong performance in H1:

    "The Group has made excellent progress in the first half of 2016, with trading in line with expectations."

    Https://www.research-tree.com/Announcements/Announcement/93869

    The company has seen strong demand for its services in the first half of the year and continues to source record numbers of workers to supply this demand:

    "[Staffline are]... supplying up to 45,000 workers every day to more than 1,300 clients."

    The announcement was covered in broker notes from both Liberum and finnCap, with the former stating that it expected a "strong H1 and strong cash generation".

    Excellent progress in H1 - finnCap

    Https://www.research-tree.com/NoteArticle/Index?rid=12950

    In the note by finnCap, analyst Guy Hewett highlights that there has been no change in demand following the EU referendum, perhaps due to the fact that in times of uncertainty demand for temporary labour strengthens:

    "We continue to believe the fundamental demand for Staffline's recruitment services will remain strong, supported by the cost savings that a flexible labour model offers..."

    This is supported by the report last week from the institute of directors suggesting that up to 25% of businesses would freeze hiring plans, with 5% cutting jobs post-Brexit.

    "The flexibility it offers enables clients to match costs to demand more easily, with no long-term commitment."

    Mr Hewett believes that Brexit's risk to the wider economy could have an impact on the group:

    "...we believe the risk to underlying GDP has increased with Brexit and this tempers the level of progress that we assume the group can make in the short term."

    However, he stresses management's ability to deal wth changes in market conditions:

    "Staffline’s management team has a proven track record in dealing with significant changes in market conditions and levels of demand..."

    Staffline's share price was down 3% today, falling 35% since the UK voted to leave the EU 12 days ago.
     
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    Current sp 759p (badly hit by Brexit). Year high (Oct/Nov 15) 1,640p, year low 725p. Div yield 2.4%.
     
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    LIBERUM: Staffline - More sales at lower margins but prudent estimates maintained

    Strong interim results as expected, with 49% EPS growth. Strong and better cash generation in H1 and now expect net cash in FY 2017. Prudent post Brexit EPS estimates maintained but Staffing sales higher and margins lower.

    Https://www.research-tree.com/Company/GB00B040L800
     
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    8 January 2019


    STAFFLINE GROUP PLC

    ("Staffline" or "the Group")


    Trading Update


    Staffline, the Recruitment and Training group, is pleased to report that trading for the financial year ended 31 December 2018 is expected to be in line with market expectations.


    Revenues are anticipated to be c. 18% higher than the £957.8 million reported for 2017. The Recruitment division has continued to grow, with the acquisitions completed during the year performing ahead of management expectations. The investment in technology by the Group has also created a clear differentiation in our recruitment offering and is delivering strong traction across Staffline's customer base. The PeoplePlus division has now successfully transitioned into the UK's leading Skills and Training provider, making good progress in the year. The apprenticeship levy continues to present an excellent opportunity for growth in this area, and, along with Prison Education contract wins, is offsetting the reduced activity from the run-off of the Work Programme.


    As part of the completion of the transformation of the Group's PeoplePlus division away from reliance on the Work Programme, significant one-off costs have been incurred in 2018, which the Group has classified as exceptional items in 2018. No further exceptional costs relating to the end of the Work Programme are expected in 2019. Excluding amortisation charges on intangible assets arising on business combinations and non-cash charges for share-based payment costs, total exceptional costs will be £20 million in 2018, principally due to the aforementioned PeoplePlus transformation. Whilst the Group remains highly cash generative, these costs, together with the consideration paid for acquisitions in the second half of the year, have resulted in an increase in net debt to c. £63 million as at 31 December 2018.


    Staffline will announce its preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2018 on Wednesday 30 January 2019. A presentation for analysts will be held at 9.30am on the morning of the results at the offices of Berenberg, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8HP.


    A presentation for private investors will be held at 3.00pm on Thursday 31 January 2019, also at the offices of Berenberg, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8HP. Admittance is strictly limited to those who register their attendance in advance of the event. To register, please contact Vigo Communications on 020 7390 0230 orstaffline@vigocomms.com.
     
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    30 January 2019

    STAFFLINE GROUP PLC

    ("Staffline" or "the Group")



    Company Update


    Further to this morning's announcement, the Company can confirm that this morning concerns were brought to the attention of the Board relating to invoicing and payroll practices within the Recruitment division.

    Given the nature of the allegations, the preliminary results will not be published until the matters have been fully investigated. The Board is confident that its policies in relation to these matters are appropriate, particularly given that these practices have been the subject of prior audits. However, if the allegations are substantiated this could have a material impact on the Group and its profitability and until further investigation has been undertaken the Board cannot assess the potential materiality.

    Other than that noted above, the financial position of the Company is unchanged, as reported on 8 January the Company expects to report net debt of c£63m for the year ended 31 December 2018 and can also report that in July 2018 the Company refinanced its £150m lending facilities.

    Pending further investigation of these matters, including the impact on the Company's profitability and existing forecasts, the Company has requested suspension of the Company's shares from trading on AIM and shareholders will be updated in due course.
     
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    Uncertainty is, famously, what investors hate above all else – and nothing breeds uncertainty like the suspension of a company’s shares.

    This is the fate that has befallen Staffline, the recruitment firm tipped here two years ago. On Wednesday last week the company said it had “concerns” over its accounting practices and, while it was investigating, had asked for trading in its shares to be suspended.

    It also delayed publication of its 2018 results, which had been due that day.

    In such circumstances there tends to be an almost complete lack of information, and Questor will not be able to give a firm view on the stock until more details come to light and trading resumes. However, we have spoken to several 
well-informed people in the City in an attempt to get some sense of Staffline’s position. First, though, we’ll report what the company did say in its announcements to investors.

    On Jan 30 it said: “This morning concerns were brought to the attention of the board relating to invoicing and payroll practices within the recruitment division.

    “The board is confident that its policies in relation to these matters are appropriate, particularly given that these practices have been the subject of prior audits. However, if the allegations are substantiated this could have a material impact on the group and its profitability and until further investigation has been undertaken the board cannot assess the potential materiality.”

    It said its financial position was otherwise “unchanged”, adding: “As reported on Jan 8 the company expects to report net debt of about £63m for the year ended Dec 31 2018 and can also report that in July 2018 it refinanced its £150m lending facilities.”

    On Jan 8 Staffline had said trading for the full year should be in line with market expectations, with sales expected to be about 18pc higher. However, it unnerved investors by saying it also expected exceptional costs of £20m in 2018, largely because of restructuring in one division. It added that, while it remained “highly cash generative”, these costs, together with the cost of acquisitions, would result in the increase in net debt mentioned above.

    What Questor has learnt
    We look at what it might mean for investors

    One former investor in the company said: “We didn’t see this coming – the company appeared to generate cash, which is normally a reliable screen against fraud. We changed our view because growth was slowing, there was a changing of the guard with the founder [Andy Hogarth] leaving, new contracts with the Government were stuck and we were concerned on the blue-collar recruitment side.

    “I don’t know what has been happening on the accounting side but it looks pretty ominous. These days, accounting issues have really burned investors, which is presumably why they shoot first and ask questions later.”

    The shares fell by a third on the day of the suspension and had already fallen by 22pc in the aftermath of Jan 8’s announcement.

    Ken Wotton, of Gresham House, the fund manager whose holding in Staffline prompted our original tip, said: “Everything is very uncertain until the company has conducted its investigation into the alleged issues, hence the sensible decision to suspend the shares pending the outcome.”

    We also spoke to Andy Hogarth, who was Staffline’s chief executive until January last year. Our tip of two years ago drew attention to his practice of setting ambitious targets for the company and his habit of meeting them. We also pointed out that he owned a stake of about 6pc in the company at the time, which was worth about £18m.

    Hogarth said yesterday that his stake was now about £500,000.

    He added: “I’m not worried about my money. Although I’m not au fait with what’s going on inside the company anymore, I am confident that it is fine, that there has been no fraud and that everything will be resolved.” He said he had “absolute, total confidence” in Chris Pullen, the current chief executive, and his team. Hogarth added that he was likely to hold on to his shares when trading resumed.

    We will update readers again when new information comes to light. Investors have no choice but to hold while the suspension remains in place.

    Daily Telegraph 06/02/19
     
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    Does anyone have any thoughts on this announcement from Staffline?

    I work for a company that delivers circa £6million of revenue for the training arm of Staffline (People Plus). No issues experienced from our side but will be keeping a close eye on invoices being paid.

    With today’s drop do people see a trade in this share?
     
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    27 June 2019

    Staffline Group plc

    ("Staffline", the "Company" or the "Group")

    Proposed Placing to raise up to £34 million via an accelerated bookbuild

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    Proposed Open Offer to raise up to approximately £7 million

    Staffline (AIM:STAF), the Recruitment and Training group, announces that it is proposing to raise up to £41 million, before expenses, by way of a Placing to raise up to £34 million and an Open Offer to raise up to £7 million (the "Transaction") at a price of 100 pence per share (the "Issue Price"). The net proceeds of the Transaction will allow the Group to reduce its indebtedness.

    Staffline has also announced its results for the financial year ended 31 December 2018 earlier today. The Company's Annual Report is available on the Company's website at https://www.stafflinegroupplc.co.uk/investor-relations/.

    Key Highlights

    · Proposed Placing of up to £34 million (before expenses) with institutional shareholders and proposed Open Offer of up to approximately £7 million (before expenses) with Qualifying Shareholders in each case at the Issue Price.

    · Issue Price of 100 pence per New Ordinary Share.

    · The Company intends to use the net proceeds of the proposed Placing to reduce net debt.

    · Target leverage of net debt / EBITDA of below 2x by 31 December 2019 including proceeds of the Placing.

    · All proceeds of the Open Offer will be used to further reduce net debt.

    · Liberum Capital Limited ("Liberum") is acting as Financial Adviser and Sole Bookrunner in relation to the Placing and Open Offer.

    · Completion of the Placing and Open Offer is subject, inter alia, to shareholder approval to enable the issue of the New Ordinary Shares, which will be sought at a General Meeting of the Company expected to be held at 9.00 a.m. on 15 July 2019 at the offices of Travers Smith LLP, 10 Snow Hill, London EC1A 2AL.

    Background to the Transaction

    Staffline is a leading workforce recruitment and training organisation.

    On 30 January 2019, the Company announced that concerns were brought to the attention of the Board relating to invoicing and payroll practices within the Recruitment division which would be fully investigated.

    On 17 May 2019, the Company issued a trading update referencing headwinds faced in the Group's training and recruitment divisions.

    On 17 June 2019, the Company announced that as a consequence, the Board expected the Group to require a waiver of possible future breaches to the leverage covenant in its lending agreements. The Company confirmed that it was in constructive discussions with its lenders and, in conjunction, was in discussions with Shareholders with regard to a placing of new ordinary shares to raise approximately £30 million with the target of reducing expected 2019 year-end leverage to 2x net debt / EBITDA. The Company also announced that in the event that it does pursue the placing the Board anticipated also launching an open offer for an additional £7 million to enable wider Shareholder participation.

    Following these discussions with both the Group's lenders and Shareholders, the Board believes that reducing the indebtedness of the Group by way of the Placing and Open Offer is in the best interests of the Company. Furthermore, the Company's lenders have agreed to waive covenant obligations in respect of the Company's indebtedness at 30 June 2019, and subject to the Company raising equity, agreed to relax the Company's covenant obligations at the next two quarterly test dates.

    Current Trading and Prospects

    The Company announced the following trading update on 17 May 2019.

    "Recruitment

    The ongoing Brexit uncertainty is impacting the UK labour market and has led to a number of customers transferring a significant volume of their temporary workforce into permanent employment to mitigate the risk of that labour market tightening. Typically, this reaction to uncertainty tends to reverse over time, but the Board expects that it will continue to impact temporary worker demand throughout the current year.

    A proportion of these "temp to perm" transfers have occurred in the higher margin driving sector, resulting in an overall margin dilution. In addition, the Group is seeing further challenges in the higher margin automotive sector and associated supply chain where reductions in demand have been greater than expected.

    There has also been a slowdown in new contract momentum in the current financial year, which the Company largely attributes to the impact of the delay in publication of the 2018 full year results.

    Notwithstanding these current headwinds, the Recruitment division is beginning to see the definitive benefits from the Company's market-leading approach to worker engagement and digitally enabled candidate attraction. Management expects this strategy to result in increasing differentiation and to support future growth.

    PeoplePlus

    In PeoplePlus, the successful transition from a Work Programme provider to the UK's leading skills and training company is almost complete. With approximately 60% of 2020 market consensus revenues already contracted, the Company maintains a positive outlook for PeoplePlus in 2020 under its new operating model. However, performance in 2019 will be affected by continued delays in apprenticeship new starts. This is partially as a result of the slow take-up of the Apprenticeship Levy scheme nationally, but also a reflection of the current economic uncertainty. Sectors such as retail, for example, are delaying apprenticeships whilst store restructure programmes are completed. Nevertheless, management remains confident that this market is attractive, notwithstanding this timing effect. However, the other elements of PeoplePlus, which are expected to contribute c.85% of PeoplePlus revenue in 2020, continue to develop well.

    As a consequence of these headwinds, the Board expects the Group to deliver adjusted EBIT in the range of £23 million to £28 million for the financial year ending 31 December 2019."

    Trading has continued as expected since 17 May 2019. The Board reiterates the above underlying operating profit guidance for the full year but expects a greater weighting toward the second half of the year than normal due to the transformation in PeoplePlus and the difficulties the Recruitment business has faced in the first half. The Board expects net debt, before the proceeds of the Transaction, to be in line with current market expectations.

    Amendments to Credit Facility

    Following discussions with the lenders (the "Lenders") of the existing £120,000,000 revolving credit facility (the "Credit Facility"), the Company and the Lenders have agreed certain amendments to the Credit Facility.

    The Lenders have agreed to a waiver of all financial covenant tests for the period ending 30 June 2019. The material amendments to the Credit Facility are:

    i) relaxation of the September and December 2019 leverage covenants followed by a gradual reduction of the leverage covenant to net debt of less than 2x EBITDA by 31 December 2020;

    ii) restrictions on new material share/business and assets acquisitions until January 2021;

    iii) prepayment and cancellation of revolving facility commitments by £10,000,000 on 15 November 2019 and 15 November 2020; and

    iv) subject to Nomad approval and compliance with the AIM Rules, the Lenders have the ability to nominate a non-executive director to the board of the Company.

    In consideration of the aforementioned amendments an amendment fee is to be paid to the Lenders and certain other changes are being made to the Credit Facility (including the removal of the accordion option and the ability to request the Lenders to extend the Credit Facility for an additional 12 months beyond July 2022).

    The expiry date for the Credit Facility remains in July 2022. The Company has agreed to pay the Lenders an exit fee based on a percentage of the outstanding commitments when the Credit Facility expires or, if sooner, refinanced.

    Importance of Placing

    The Bookbuild must close and the Resolutions must be passed by Shareholders at the General Meeting in order for the Transaction to proceed.

    If the Bookbuild does not close and/or Shareholders do not approve the Resolutions:

    i) the Placing and the Open Offer cannot be implemented; and

    ii) under the terms of the Credit Facility, the Group's lenders could (following a short negotiation period) demand repayment of all borrowings, which the Group cannot afford.

    In such circumstances, the Board believes that the only realistic option for the Company would be to seek to further renegotiate or refinance the Credit Facility, and there can be no certainty that the Group would be able to do so on commercially acceptable terms or at all. In the event that the Group is unable to renegotiate or refinance the Credit Facility and the Group's lenders were to demand repayment of all borrowings, a working capital shortfall of the amounts owed (less any surplus working capital held immediately before the demand for repayment) would arise, which would have a material adverse effect on the Group's financial condition and prospects. Without the support of the Group's lenders, the Company would be unable to meet its liabilities as they fall due, which would likely result in the Company becoming immediately insolvent and having to cease trading.

    Accordingly, it is very important that Shareholders vote in favour of the Resolutions so that the Placing and Open Offer can proceed (assuming that all other conditions are satisfied).

    Details of the Placing and Open Offer

    The Placing will be conducted by way of an accelerated bookbuild process (the "Bookbuild") which will be launched immediately following this announcement (the "Announcement"), in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the Appendix to this Announcement (the "Appendix"). Liberum is acting as Sole Bookrunner in connection with the Placing.

    The final number of Placing Shares will be agreed by Liberum and Staffline at the close of the Bookbuild, and the result of the Placing will be announced as soon as practicable thereafter. The timing for the close of the Bookbuild and allocation of the Placing Shares shall be at the discretion of Liberum in consultation with the Company. The Placing is not underwritten.

    In addition, in order to provide Shareholders who do not take part in the Placing with an opportunity to participate in the proposed issue of New Ordinary Shares, the Company is providing all Qualifying Shareholders with the opportunity to subscribe for Open Offer Shares, to raise up to a further £7 million (before expenses), on the basis of 1 Open Offer Share for every 4 Ordinary Shares held on the Record Date, at the Issue Price. Shareholders subscribing for their full entitlement under the Open Offer may also request additional Open Offer Shares through the Excess Application Facility. The Open Offer is not underwritten.

    The issue of the Placing Shares and the Open Offer Shares are conditional, inter alia, on the passing by Shareholders of Resolutions 1 and 2 at the General Meeting of the Company, which is expected to be convened for 9.00 a.m. on 15 July 2019. Application will be made to the London Stock Exchange for the Placing Shares and the Open Offer Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM. Admission for the Placing Shares and Open Offer Shares is expected to become effective and dealings in such shares are expected to commence at 8.00 a.m. on 16 July 2019.

    The New Ordinary Shares, when issued, will be fully paid and will rank pari passu in all respects with the Existing Ordinary Shares of the Company.

    Staffline Group PLC - Proposed Placing and Open Offer @StafflineGroup https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/rns/announcement/32299646-2b3f-4b1e-849d-02c888fc6372
     
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    15 July 2019

    Staffline Group plc

    ("Staffline", the "Company" or the "Group")

    Result of Open Offer


    Staffline, the Recruitment and Training group, is pleased to announce that further to the announcement of the Open Offer on 27 June 2019, it has conditionally raised total gross proceeds of £6,986,097 via the Open Offer.

    The Open Offer closed for receipt of applications at 11.00 a.m. on 12 July 2019. The Company received valid applications from Qualifying Shareholders in respect of 12,820,866 Open Offer Shares, including applications under the Excess Application Facility. This represents approximately 184 per cent. of the maximum of 6,986,097 Open Offer Shares available under the Open Offer. Admission of the Open Offer Shares is subject to passing the relevant Resolutions at the General Meeting.

    Qualifying Shareholders who have validly applied for Open Offer Shares will receive their full Basic Entitlement. Applications for New Ordinary Shares under the Excess Application Facility will be scaled back as outlined in the Circular.

    Application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for the New Ordinary Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM. On the assumption that, amongst other things, the Resolutions are passed by Shareholders at the General Meeting, it is expected that Admission will become effective and that dealings in the New Ordinary Shares will commence at 8.00 a.m. on 16 July 2019 (being the business day following the General Meeting). The New Ordinary Shares will rank pari passu with the existing Ordinary Shares.

    New Ordinary Shares in uncertificated form are expected to be credited to Shareholders who hold their Ordinary Shares in CREST accounts on 16 July 2019. Definitive share certificates for New Ordinary Shares are expected to be despatched to Shareholders who hold their Ordinary Shares in certificated within 10 business days of Admission.

    Capitalised terms not otherwise defined in the text of this announcement have the meanings given in the Company's announcement of 27 June 2019.
     
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    Thanks for this Groucho. I work for one of companies People Plus subcontract to and we will deliver circa £7 mill for them.

    The team at PP are very confident in hitting targets and we can get enough funding from them. Anything we get, we deliver without issue.

    So keeping a close eye on Staffline share price as I might take an entry soon. Hoping to get as close to £1 as possible, not sure I’ll get it.
     
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    HRnetGroup Limited
    31 July 2019


    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


    Acquisition of shares


    Following certain share acquisitions executed today, HRnetGroup Limited ("HRnetGroup") announces that it has acquired 11,671,702 shares of Staffline Group plc ("Staffline") at a price of 180 pence, which increases its total holding in Staffline to 17,154,626 shares. HRnetGroup therefore currently owns 24.89% of the total voting rights of Staffline.


    The person responsible for making this announcement is Adeline Sim, Executive Director and Chief Legal Officer.


    Leading recruitment and staffing firm in Asia.
    Headquartered in Singapore where it was founded in 1992, HRnetGroup started off as a 4-person team. Today, with over 1000 consultants spread across 10 Asian cities, we are definitively; the leading recruitment and staffing firm in Asia.
    https://www.hrnetgroup.com/brands.php

    11 Brands.
    Our brands are representative of over 20 years of organisation building. With 11 brands, 22 Business Units across 10 Asian cities and over 1000 consultants, we are definitively a leading recruitment and staffing firm in Asia.
     
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