You can lose public contracts for crimes and offences against employees | Series on employment criminal law
Participation in public tenders is an important area of business for many companies. Failure to comply with labour law can exclude a company from participating in tenders. This can happen if a company representative (management or supervisory board member, proxy) is convicted of a criminal offence or an offence against employment law. In this case, the guilty party must be dealt with, an investigation must be carried out and compliance measures must be implemented in order to proceed with the tender.
Date: 17 November 2021