Recruiters urge government to get tough with late payers

Recruiters have urged government to introduce a prompt payment ombudsman, as well take a “common sense” approach to end the scourge of late payment.

The calls follow a government statement, issued earlier this week, committing to ending the “unfair treatment of small businesses by companies who abuse their position by paying late for products and services” by strengthening the Prompt Payment...

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