12 Companies Disqualified For Breaching JobBridge T&C's

Twelve companies have been disqualified from JobBridge for breaking the scheme’s terms and conditions.

It is understood the companies were banned for breaching rules such as not completing the standard agreement, not providing appropriate mentoring, not adhering to compliance requirements and filling an existing job vacancy with an internship post.

The Department of Social Protection carried out detailed investigations before disqualifying the companies, which have not been named for data protection reasons.


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