It said its procurement operations unit should have made the rebates to
clients during 2006 or in prior years.
The company provides temporary staff to a range of industries in the UK, the
United States, Australia and New Zealand.
In February the group posted a pretax profit of £2.3m for 2006, compared to a
loss of £4.7m the year before.
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