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HRnetGroup subsidiary signs two-year extendable contract with SGH

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The contract will span from 2022 to 2024 with a further option to extend for another year.

RecruitFirst Pte Ltd, subsidiary of SGX-listed HRnetGroup, has clinched a two-year contract with Singapore General Hospital (SGH).

The contract will span from 2022 to 2024 with a further option to extend for another year. The contract will be for the recruitment of administrative and ancillary positions for SGH.

“With this new contract with SGH, we will soldier on with our hospitals and healthcare workers as they seek to meet the pent up needs of non-Covid-19 patients,” says Jacelyn Chua, group business leader of RecruitFirst.

The contract win will not have a material impact on HRnetGroup.

Shares in HRnetGroup closed 2.5 cents lower or 3.11% down at 78 cents on April 27.

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