The Cameroonian Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Zacharie Perevet, has just published two lists of recruitment companies working fraudulently in the country. The first list is made of 44 companies with no valid authorisation or suspended from operation. Therefore, the managers of the companies using workers referred by these agencies are requested to cease all working relations with these unlawful staffing agencies.
The second list, which has 14 companies and staffing agencies, is for companies recently suspended for illegally offering staffing services to Cameroonian companies.
To the two above-mentioned categories of companies, Minister Perevet promised "stricter" sanctions provided for by the current law, in case of non-respect of their suspension or their non-compliance with the regulation on their activities in Cameroon.
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