SD Worx builds HR and payroll services and software for the new world of work. Our vision is to make Payroll and HR services essential to the continued success of companies and individuals in the modern workplace.
Payroll and HR service provider SD Worx has announced its results for the first half of 2020. SD Worx is an essential partner for its customers in an economic climate that is really suffering due to the coronavirus crisis. By adopting a strong emphasis on cost control, SD Worx has succeeded in maintaining its results.
Payroll and HR service provider SD Worx has acquired all the shares of GlobePayroll. Founded at the end of 2015, GlobePayroll develops cloud-based technology for HR and payroll. SD Worx increased its stake in the company to over 50% in summer 2019, and is now set to acquire all shares. Through this takeover, SD Worx is aiming to accelerate the development of digital HR and payroll technology for employers in Europe.
2019 was an eventful year for SD Worx, a year of transformation and a year of excellent growth. Side by side with our customers, our employees and our partners, we set the blueprint for the future of SD Worx.
– SD Worx announces the acquisition of Adessa Group, a technology consulting firm offering HR software in the cloud and associated services. The acquisition underpins SD Worx' growth and innovation strategy and will help organisations in their transformation towards efficient HR processes and a digital workplace. This challenge is now more relevant than ever before for many employers.
On February 26th 2020, we activated our Pandemic Continuity Plan. Separate Corona/COVID-19 response teams were established in SD Worx. Our Corona/COVID-19 response teams participate in daily calls to plan, monitor, respond effectively as the situation develops and evolves.
With a consolidated turnover of EUR 767.6 million (+29.1%) and a normalised EBITDA of EUR 85.4 million (+25.4%), HR services provider SD Worx achieved excellent growth in 2019.
SD Worx is proud to announce the finalisation of a key agreement: we will become the standalone sponsor of the current Boels-Dolmans women’s cycling team from 1 January 2021. On this date, the world-leading group of athletes will become the SD Worx Cycling Team. This step fully aligns with our mission to support elite sports, diversity and talent development. The sponsorship contract runs through 2024.
Brussels, 7 February 2020 – HR service provider SD Worx has acquired Pointlogic HR, a major supplier of innovative software for reward and management solutions and associated consulting services in the Netherlands and Belgium. Pointlogic HR shall continue to operate independently within SD Worx from its location in Rotterdam (Netherlands), ensuring continuity for its employees and customers. The company serves more than a third of the Dutch population.
Antwerp, 27 August 2019 – SD Worx Holding, internationally active in payroll and HR, achieved a turnover of €386.2 million for the first half of this year. That is, on a like-for-like basis, an increase of 4.9% as compared to the first half of last year. The normalised EBITDA for the first six months of 2019 totalled €43.9 million, slightly more than in the same period last year. This does not include the investments in SD Worx's digital transformation project.
Brussels, 12 July 2019 – SD Worx, a leading provider of global Payroll and HR services, increases its stake in GlobePayroll from 40% to 50.01%. This company was established at the end of 2015 and the first on the market to offer a global payroll solution operating entirely in the cloud.
SD Worx Holding NV (the “Issuer”), with registered office at Antwerp (Belgium), announces the succesful placement of bonds with a term until 2026 (the “Bonds”). As the subscriptions for the Bond issuance have reached the maximum amount of the offer, namely €80 million, the subscription period was terminated early today at 5:30 p.m. CET. The issuance was very successful and was oversubscribed almost three times.
Antwerp, Belgium, 22 May 2019 - SD Worx Holding NV (the “Issuer”), with registered seat in Antwerp (Belgium), announces the launch, as from Friday 24 May, of the issuance of bonds with a maturity of seven years for an aggregate minimum amount of €50 million and an aggregate maximum amount of €80 million (the “Bonds”).
SD Worx attaches great importance to adequate corporate governance policies and, although its shares are not listed on any exchange or market to date, undertakes its best efforts to apply the governance best practices of the 2009 Belgian Code on Corporate Governance of 12 March 2009.
The Board of Directors consists of nine members, taking into account the required diversity and complementary. The Board of Directors has established two advisory committees: Audit & Risk Committee and Remuneration and Appointment Committee.
Members : Filip Dierckx (Chairman), Marc Binnemans, Teresa Colaianni, Dirk Collier, Michel Delbaere, Christophe Petit, Jan Van Acoleyen, Koen Van Gerven, Steven Van Hoorebeke, Kobe Verdonck, Patrick De Vos, Fredericus Van Bladel, Rita Dockx, Georgette Schlick, Brigitte Boone, Els Blaton
The Audit & Risk Committee assists the Board of Directors in exercising its auditing role, notably in terms of providing financial information, risk management and compliance, internal audits, internal review systems and external auditing.
Members: Frederik van Bladel (Chairman), Filip Dierckx, Patrick de Vos, Riet Dockx
The Remuneration and Appointment Committee formulates proposals concerning the appointment, remuneration and evaluation of the members of the Board, and the executive management of the Issuer and its Subsidiaries.
Members: Dirk Collier (Chairman), Filip Dierckx, Tea Colaianni, Jan Van Acoleyen, Frederik Van Bladel
The Management Committee’s competences and areas of focus include: (i) the Group’s financial investment and portfolio management; (ii) financial control and consolidation; (iii) M&A and overall strategy of the Group; (iv) organization of the Group control functions with a view to effectively managing risks within the Group; (v) capital structure of the Group; (vi) evaluation of the performance of the operations of the Group; (vii) coordination of the Group’s different business operations, and fostering cooperation and synergies between the business operations with as aim to integrate the business operations to a maximum extent; and (viii) corporate housekeeping and governance of the Group.
The Management Committee meets on average two times per month.
Members: Filip Dierckx (Chairman), Dirk Collier, Kobe Verdonck, Christophe Petit, Hector Vermeersch, Guido De Grefte, Fabienne Lallemand