(Reuters) - UK-based recruiter Staffline (STAF.L) said on Friday Tracy Lewis, its non-executive chairman, had resigned from the board, after just seven months in the role.
Chief Executive Officer Chris Pullen had stepped down in February after a tumultuous year for the company, including a balance sheet review, a string of profit warnings and a wage-related probe.
The company did not provide a reason for Lewis’s resignation, but said the board is at an advanced stage in the process of appointing a new chairman.
Like other recruiters, Staffline has been struggling with tough hiring conditions in Britain.
Reporting by Shanima A in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel