FINANCIALS: Staffline delays results due to allegations into payroll practices

Staffline is investigating concerns raised related to invoicing and payroll practices within its recruitment division.

The recruitment and training group was due to release its full-year results yesterday, but revealed the results would be delayed pending a further update. The update, released late yesterday, revealed concerns had been brought to the group’s board relating to invoicing and payroll practices within its recruitment division.

The group added that given the nature of...

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