Staffline reveals results of investigation into payroll practices

Staffline shares resumed trading on AIM this morning as the recruitment and training group revealed the result of its investigation into concerns raised relating to invoicing and payroll practices within its recruitment division.

In late January, Recruiter reported the group had delayed release of its full-year results pending an independent legal investigation into the concerns that had been brought before the group’s board.

At the time,...

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