Careerforce is led by a Board of Directors who collaborate with our industry shareholders and Māori Advisory Board, Te Mana Whakahaere, to influence Careerforce’s strategic direction.
Careerforce Annual General Meeting 2020
The reconvened AGM for Careerforce was held on Tuesday, 30 June at 2pm. A quorum was not achieved at this meeting and after having suspended the meeting for 30 minutes, as per the Constitution requirements, those Shareholders present / represented by proxy were deemed a quorum.
I am delighted to confirm that Rhonda Sherriff, our Director for Aged Care Residential was re-elected unopposed for a further term of 3 years.
A resolution for the re-appointment of Grant Thornton as the auditors of Careerforce was tabled and unanimously approved.
Other business included the receiving and approval of Annual Statutory Accounts to 31 December 2019 and the 2019 Annual Report. Both were unanimously received and approved by shareholders.
We look forward to engaging with our shareholders over the coming months as we work through the future for Careerforce especially with regard to the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE). At our 2021 Annual General Meeting we expect to be in a position to offer options for shareholders to consider on the future of Careerforce.
Nga mihi nui
Fiona Pimm Jane Wenman
Chair of the Board Chief Executive Officer, Careerforce
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