Recruitment director banned for seven years

The director of a Birmingham-based recruiter has been banned from acting as a director for seven years.

A statement, released by the Insolvency Service, reveals Sukhjit Sohal Singh, previously director of temporary staff employment agency Phoenix Midlands, which went into creditors’ voluntary liquidation on 13 November 2015 owing £841,566 to creditors, has been disqualified for seven years for failing to adhere to Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA) licensing standards....

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