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HRnetGroup signs 4-year contract with MOE

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HRnetGroup extends contract with MOE for another 4 years.

HRnetGroup announced that its subsidiary RecruitFirst, which specialises in flexible staffing services, has successfully secured a further four-year contract from 2022 to 2025 to run the Focus Language Assistance in Reading programme (FLAiR Programme) for Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) in Singapore.

The FLAiR Programme provides language assistance to children in Kindergarten 2 at up to 400 pre-school centres across Singapore. The lessons are conducted by contractors deployed by RecruitFirst and benefit up to 4,000 children each year.

RecruitFirst has previously partnered MOE on the FLAiR programme since 2018.

Jacelyn Chua, group business leader of RecruitFirst says, “The FLAiR Programme is a meaningful partnership for RecruitFirst, as we continue to work with the Ministry to lift up children who are lagging behind in their command of the English Language, to prepare them well for future learning before they enter primary school."

Shares in HRnetGroup closed at 78 cents on Mar 30.

Photo: HRnetGroup

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