Carillion collapse fallout continues

Carillion's much publicised collapse has sent shockwaves in the recruitment industry as well.
 

In the wake of the announcement that the facilities management and construction giant was to go into liquidation, one of its supplier recruitment agencies Gattaca witnessed a 9.3% fall in its share price. 

Also releasing a statement in the week of Carillion’s collapse [January 2018] revealing a fall in its own share price was engineering and tech recruiter RTC...

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