Sport's Direct Founder Mike Ashley urged to drop staffing firm Transline Group

Sport's Direct Founder Mike Ashley urged to drop staffing firm Transline Group

Mike Ashley has been urged by MPs to drop Transline Group – one of the agencies used to supply factory workers to the warehouse in Shirebrook, Derbyshire.

The Business Select Committee has written to the Founder of Sports Direct urging him to "terminate [his] working relationship" with Transline, following concerns that the agency mistreated workers and failed to adhere to business legislation – The Telegraph reports.

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Comments (1)

  • Bob
    Wed, 14 Sep 2016 2:11pm BST
    Good article! inciteful and informative. I had no idea the REC was investigating AND MP's were having a pop!
    "Sports Direct does not have a written contract with either of its staffing agencies." - really!?!? Does anyone else find this a little... amateurish?

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