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  •   Home > News > Business

    Countdown is giving its 14,400 staff shares in the Woolworths group, to recognise how the business has pulled together in the last few months

    Countdown is giving its 14,400 staff shares in the Woolworths group, to recognise how the business has pulled together in the last few months


    Each eligible, full-time worker will receive a slice of the 10 million dollar handout.

    Managing Director Natalie Davis says her team around the country have gone above and beyond since the end of February, and the share award gives them an investment in its future.

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