Staffline shares have fallen after news the recruitment group are not paying out dividends to shareholders as they are looking to raise £37m to cut their debt.
On Monday the recruitment firm said the annual results for 2018 will show exceptional costs of £32.6m.
The company also needs to pay for historical non-compliance with the national minimum wage between 2013 and 2018, they will put aside £15.1m up from £7.9m.
The board will save £7.2m by not recommending a final dividend for the 2018 financial year.
Shares in the company fell by 31.3% on Monday.