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An ex-employee of GKN Driveline has “helped” agency workers find permanent employment at the firm in exchange for cash payments, the newspaper OP-Online writes. The corruption affair has not been denied by the company.
The report claims that the former worker asked for cash payments between €1,000 and €1,300 in order to get agency workers permanent jobs at the company. The dealings are said to have gone on for years and have been recorded in private contracts.
The affair has come to light after a disgruntled agency worker, who had held a permanent job but then lost his job, revealed the dealings.
The management of the company at Offenbach, near Frankfurt, has confirmed the affair which is now under investigation. Read the whole story, in German, here.