REC expels member following GLAA inspection

The Recruitment & Employment Confederation has expelled Southampton-based recruiter ARZ Management as a member.

Last October, the Gangmasters Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) revoked ARZ’s licence after it was found to have contravened the GLAA’s licensing standards 11 times following a compliance inspection in 2017. GLAA inspectors found both the sole director Jamil Ansari and proposed...

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