|Chairman, Vickki McFadden;
CEO, Mick McMahon
Number of employees
|Approximately 50.000 full- and part-time employees.|
SKILLED Group (ASX:SKE) is a public Australian company headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. Its core business is labour hire. The Skilled branch network includes approximately 150 local and regional offices across Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Malta and the United Arab Emirates. It was founded in 1964 by Frank Hargrave.
In 2006, CEO Greg Hargrave said that the company would focus on acquisitions. In 2009, they reduced their profit forecast, and Hargrave resigned in 2010. Michael McMahon was appointed the new CEO, and Vikki McFadden became chairperson. In 2011, Telstra trainees took the company and its subsidiary Excelior to the industrial relations tribunal. The union said that trainees were not compensated enough for expenses during mandatory training. In 2012, The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Skilled had returned to profitable growth after McMahon reversed Hargrave's policy of acquisition.
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