AWF Madison sets modest goals for 2017

Paul McBeth
Tue, 26 Jul 2016

By Paul McBeth July 27 (BusinessDesk) - AWF Madison Group, the country's largest contract labour firm, is looking to bounce back from last year's dip in earnings as it sets "modest goals" for 2017 with a view to reaping greater productivity by investing in new technology.  Chairman Ross Keenan told shareholders at the company's annual meeting in Auckland that the 2016 year was one of "transition", including the appointment of a new chief executive, and that the current year was one with "modest goals" after the "pain incurred" last year. ...

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