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Work Service SA Management recommends PLN 0.10 dividend per share

31.05.2012

During the next General Meeting of Shareholders, the Management Board of Work Service S.A. will recommend allocation of PLN 5 million for dividend for the year 2011, equivalent to PLN 0.10 per share. In 2011 Work Service Group yielded a net profit of PLN 22.29 million.

Work Service takes over IT Kontrakt

24.05.2012

The biggest company operating in the Polish HR market has acquired a majority shareholding in IT Kontrakt, the largest Polish supplier of IT specialists and programmers. The company's inclusion in the Work Service Capital Group gives it access to new markets.

Work Service Capital Group has got off to a flying start in 2012

15.05.2012

The first quarter of 2012 has seen an increase in Work Service Capital Group’s net profit of almost 60%, as compared to the corresponding period last year. During the same period the group’s revenues increased by 22.45% and reached over PLN 170 million. At the end of April Work Service successfully debuted on the WSE, seeing an increase of 31.7% in the share price on the day of the debut. Share ...

Work Service has debuted on the WSE

26.04.2012

Series L shares of Work Service S.A., Poland’s personnel services market leader, has debuted on the main market of the WSE today. The opening price of allotment certificates was PLN 6. The share price started to grow rapidly and after fifteen minutes the price of allotment certificates increased by over 33% to PLN 8. At around noon the price consolidated at around PLN 7 with over 178 thousand ...

Work Service will debut on the WSE on 26 April

25.04.2012

Work Service S.A., Poland’s largest personnel services company, which offers flexible employment solutions, personnel consultancy and business process outsourcing, will debut on Warsaw Stock Exchange on Thursday, 26 April.

Work Service S.A. has established the final price and number of its shares

21.03.2012

The final share price in the public offering of Work Service S.A. has been set at PLN 6.00. This price will apply to the purchase of the company’s shares both in institutional and open tranches. Primary subscriptions for shares for investors will be accepted from 22 to 26 March.

Greater revenues from the public offer will help Work Service enter new markets

02.03.2012

Due to improving situation on capital markets, Work Service S.A. decided to increase the maximum price for its shares to the amount of PLN 7.5. The Company has already found its first investor which guaranteed taking up as much as 5 million series L shares. Work Service plans to allocate funds obtained as a result of the first public offer to the acquisition of IT Kontrakt and other companies ...

Subscription for Work Service S.A. shares is launched on 8 March

14.02.2012

The Management Board of Work Service S.A. has decided to carry out the public offering in March 2012. The final price and number of shares which will be offered in individual tranches will be announced on 7 March.

Work Service S.A. decided to postpone the subscription for shares

16.12.2011

Due to the unfavourable situation on capital markets, the Management Board of Work Service S.A. decided to postpone the subscription for shares in relation to the initial public offering for 23-27 February 2012.            

Record financial results of Work Service Capital Group

06.12.2011

Q3 2011 has brought Work Service Capital Group very good financial results. Consolidated net revenue after three quarters of 2011 amounted to over PLN 443 million, and return on sales exceeded PLN 20 million. Work Service S.A. is carrying out the initial public offering which will enable the company to raise capital for further dynamic growth, including acquisition of companies in Poland and the ...

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Press Officer

Andrzej Kubisiak


Andrzej Kubisiak

tel. +[48] 512 176 030
andrzej.kubisiak@workservice.pl

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