Recruiters warned to abide by competition laws or face jail

Jail

Recruiters have been warned to stay on the right side of competition laws or face fines, director disqualification or even jail.

Wed, 22 Jun 2016

Recruiters have been warned to stay on the right side of competition laws or face fines, director disqualification or even jail.

This follows an open letter published by the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) aimed at helping procurement professionals spot the warning signs of bid rigging.

Earlier this week, the CMA published...

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