Our biggest loss during the pandemic was that of our people. Our people have always been our greatest asset and our biggest investment so to lose so many talented people as a result of COVID has been one of the hardest challenges we’ve faced.
We talk a lot about our “FCTG DNA”; in both good and bad times, it’s our unique make-up, our ‘have a go’ attitude and our out-of-the-box thinking that determines how well we adapt and evolve. We accept that change is the only constant in our industry...and never before have we seen it illustrated so clearly.
We seize opportunities and right now, our biggest opportunity is to prepare our business for the road ahead. As we rebuild our great company, we’re asking you to consider joining us for the ride. Read more...
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Following the success we’ve had here down under, our colleagues in the U.K, Americas, New Zealand and Asia have extended the branches of our alumni network with the launch of...Read more >
Andrew Stark has been appointed to the new role of Global MD for the flagship retail brand to drive the global leisure strategy to “prosper”. Starky will take on the...Read more >
A couple of weeks ago we announced our FY21 results. While FY21 proved to be another challenging year for our industry, we are so grateful to see that conditions have...Read more >
We recently unveiled our newest retention program, the Global Recovery Rights (GRR) program. A total of about 7,500 people (excluding board members and senior executives) are expected to receive 1.9...Read more >
Our biggest loss during the pandemic was that of our people. Our people have always been our greatest asset and our biggest investment so to lose so many talented people...Read more >
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