Recruitment & Consulting Specialists Since 1993. T: +61 2 9241 1919

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HiTech Group Australia Ltd (Trading as HiTech Personnel) was incorporated in 1993 and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 17 April, 2000. ASX code: HIT.

Since 1993, we have been a driving force in the recruitment industry with an enviable reputation for providing excellence in recruitment and consulting services to the public and private sector.

We are recognised as one of Australia’s most established firms in our industry with a management team focused on achieving top results for our stakeholders including: clients, candidates, staff members and shareholders. 

 

The Board of Directors consists of three members who have a proud heritage of having recruitment and consulting industry expertise:

*Ray Hazouri (Chairman): Founder and former CEO of HiTech. More than 24 years recruitment industry experience.

*George Shad (Non-Executive Director): Director since 2003. Principal of Shad Partners Solicitors with extensive knowledge of the Recruitment industry.

*Elias Hazouri (CEO): Current CEO and Director of HiTech since inception. More than 24 years recruitment & ICT consulting industry experience. 

 

Latest Announcements:

  1. HIT Analyst Report
  2. 2017 AGM Presentation
  3. 2017 Annual presentation
  4. Latest Annual Report
  5. AGM Chairman's Report

For more HiTech Announcements, go to the HiTech ASX Page. For all shareholding related queries, please go to Computershare.

 

Compliance Documents

Our corporate structure is simple yet efficient, much the same as we run our business. We are committed to delivering strong shareholder returns just as we have been doing for many years. The HiTech board is focused on supporting the broader group in its pursuit of business success and has set procedures in place to ensure complete compliance with ASX and ASIC rules and regulations.

  1. Corporate Governance
  2. Code of Conduct
  3. Audit Committee Charter
  4. Risk Management Policy
  5. Stakeholder Communication