Workforce had to fire 10%-15% of staff as expected growth did not happen

While bracing for ongoing economic challenges, the staffing giant sees hope in infrastructure development boosts

Adcorp’s share price lifts as it pays out special dividend

Human resources specialist declared the payout despite reporting lower annual profit

Workforce looks offshore for growth as SA economy slows down

The labour services group holds off on paying a dividend in the prevailing economic conditions

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Adcorp declares dividend as revenue inches up for first time in four years

Revenue from continuing operations of the human resources company rose 3.18% to R5.86bn

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Workforce gets lift as pandemic fades, but holds on to dividend

The labour services group is benefiting as project delays recede, while it says demand for upper management is buoyant

Adcorp expects SA’s slow recovery to persist

Human resources company says it has seen early signs of recovery in permanent and contingent workforce demand

Adcorp expects annual headline earnings to triple

The human resources company has implemented cost cuts and exited low-margin contracts

Workforce Holdings hangs on to dividend amid global uncertainty

Russia's invasion of Ukraine could deal a devastating blow to the global economy should it escalate, the labour services group says

Rio Tinto posts record profit on strong iron ore prices and demand

Results cap a year of global recovery, but inflation and Chinese scrutiny created headwinds