AWF posts 37% jump in full-year profit as companies hire more staff

Wed, 27 May 2015

By Fiona Rotherham May 28 (BusinessDesk) - AWF Group, the country’s largest recruiter and labour provider, posted a 37 percent rise in full-year profit, with the 2013 purchase of recruitment firm Madison Group fully reflected in its results for the first time. The Auckland-based company delivered a significant lift in earnings for the year ended March 31 in line with guidance, with revenue up by a third to $197.5 million and net profit rising to $5.4 million.  Underlying earnings after tax, which the board says more clearly reflects the b...

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