Alcohol tops addiction list for recruiters

Alcohol, methamphetamine and heroin are the top three addictions for which recruitment professionals are treated at a leading addiction facility in Thailand.

Alcohol, methamphetamine and heroin are the top three addictions for which recruitment professionals are treated at a leading addiction facility in Thailand, according to officials at The Cabin Chiang Mai.

UK recruiters rank third geographically for numbers of recruitment professionals treated at the facility, part of The Cabin Addiction Services Group, with...

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