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2017 Annual Report & Notice of 2018 AGM

Released 07:00 29-Mar-2018

RNS Number : 3005J
Staffline Group PLC
29 March 2018



29 March 2018


Staffline Group plc

('Staffline' or 'the Group')


2017 Annual Report and Notice of 2018 Annual General Meeting


Staffline confirms that the Annual Report for the year ended 31st December 2017 has been posted to shareholders, together with the Notice of 2018 Annual General Meeting and associated form of proxy.


The 2017 Annual Report is also available from the Group's website:


The Notice of 2018 Annual General Meeting is also available from the Group's website:


The Company's Annual General Meeting will be held at PeoplePlus Offices, Floor 6, Edmund House, 12-22 Newhall St, Birmingham, B3 3EW on Thursday 17th May 2018 at 11.00am.

Subject to shareholder approval at the AGM, a final dividend of 15.7p will be payable on Tuesday 3 July 2018, to shareholders on the register on Friday 1 June 2018, giving a full year dividend for the year ended 31 December 2017 of 26.7p. The ex-dividend date is Thursday 31 May 2018.


For further information, please contact:

Staffline Group plc

Chris Pullen, Chief Executive Officer

07786 265344

Mike Watts, Group Chief Financial Officer

07970 215262



NOMAD and Joint Broker

Steve Pearce / Joshua Hughes


020 3100 2222


Joint Broker

Chris Bowman / Toby Flaux



020 3207 7800



PR and Communications

Richard Oldworth/Jamie Hooper/Madeleine Seacombe

020 7466 5000











About Staffline

"Enabling the future of work"


Staffline is a leading workforce recruitment and management organisation providing services, mainly in the UK and Eire, to both Government and commercial customers. The Recruitment division (previously 'Staffing') supplied up to 52,000 workers per day in 2017 to more than 1,500 clients. The PeoplePlus division is a leading provider to both Central and Local Government, as well as commercial customers, offering a wide range of services to help and support in the Employability (Welfare to Work), Justice, Communities and Skills arenas.



Specialising in providing complete labour solutions in agriculture, food processing, manufacturing, e-retail, driving and the logistics sectors, the Recruitment business operates from over 400 locations in the UK, Eire and Poland. The Recruitment services include:


·    Staffline OnSite, based on clients' premises and providing both blue and white collar, managed, temporary workforces

·    Driving Plus, providing HGV drivers to the driving industry

·    Staffline Agriculture, providing workers to the UK farming and horticulture sectors

·    Staffline Express, our high street branch based operation

·    Brightwork, a recruitment business based in Scotland specialising in temporary and permanent jobs to the drinks industry

·    Diamond Recruitment, one of the largest providers of recruitment services in Northern Ireland



A trusted partner in delivering employability, skills and well-being services. Contracts span Central, Local and Devolved Government and the Private Sector, including:




·    Work Programme, prime contractor in nine regions and sub-contractor in three regions in England and Wales

·    Fair Start Scotland, prime contractor in two regions commencing April 2018

·    New Enterprise Allowance (business start-up support), prime contractor in three regions of England and Scotland and a sub-contractor in Wales

·     Steps to Success, prime contractor in Northern Ireland, an employment programme to build skills

·    Tackling Youth Unemployment through the MyGo service in Suffolk, the Youth Promise Plus in Birmingham and the Wirral Youth Employment Gateway

·    Building Employment through Education, working in Schools in Northern Ireland


Education and Training services:


·    Prime contractor to the Education and Skills Funding Agency, Welsh Government and Skills Development Scotland, providing Adult Education and Apprenticeships 

·     Delivering Apprenticeships programmes for the Private Sector, via the Apprenticeship Levy and non-levy programmes   


Justice and Community services:


·    Ministry of Justice, Transforming Rehabilitation in Warwickshire and West Mercia, delivering rehabilitation services

·    Delivery of education and training to prisoners in ten prisons in the East of England and London

·    Independent Living Services, supporting 3,500 disabled people lead independent lives

·    Access To Work, providing adaptation in the work place for people with disabilities - national contract.

·    Support for the users of Prison Visitor Centres for the Northern Ireland Prison Service

·    Carers Hubs in Stoke and Staffordshire

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