Workforce Holdings: Willie van Wyk
Willie van Wyk has been the Group Financial Director of Workforce Holdings since June 2008.
Willie van Wyk is a qualified CA (SA). He completed his articles with Deloitte in 1996 then he worked as a Financial Manager with Nola, a division of Foodcorp, for three years and Nampak for five years. Willie joined the Workforce Group in 2007 and was appointed CFO in June 2008.
2008 – Present Group Financial Director, Workforce Holdings Ltd
2002 – 2007 Financial Manager, Nampak
1999 – 2002 Financial Manager, Foodcorp
1996 – 1999 Financial Manager, Nola
1996 Articles Clerk, Deloitte
1990 – 1993 B.Compt, University of the Free State
About Workforce Holdings Ltd: Workforce Holdings Limited provides solutions for the supply, management, and administration of the human resources requirements of various industrial sectors in South Africa and internationally. The company operates in five segments: Staffing and Recruitment, Training and Consulting, Employee Health Management, Financial and Lifestyle Products, and Process Outsourcing segments. The Staffing and Recruitment segment provides staff and labour outsourcing solutions, and recruitment and specialist staffing services, including permanent and temporary placements, ad-response handling, executive search, and skills importing and exporting solutions. The Training and Consulting segment offers industry and job-specific skills assessments and training interventions to business and their employees in various industrial sectors. The Employee Health Management segment provides a range of occupational and primary health management services, and assistance and wellness services. The Financial and Lifestyle Products segment offers a range of lifestyle products and support services to employees and their families. The Process Outsourcing segment provides productive and functional business process outsourcing solutions, including the statutory and legal elements associated therewith. Workforce Holdings Limited was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Workforce reported a revenue of R2.523 billion in 2016 with 1 186 permanent employees and 32 304 contractors and professional consultants.