Hi, I am a Managing Director of a small electrical business.We have a sub contractor with holding paperwork and not completing works to agreed scope, we have a quaility issue on the previous works undertaken.The contractor has become very angry and making up storys to damage the business reputation so he can take the work himself.The sub contract has approached our clients direct - what should i do?Kind regardsC
Province/Country relating to question: England
Communications via Telephone but Contractor makes up frabrications about the real truth
Hello,You may terminate the contract with the contractor and severe the relationship with them.The other option is to send them a letter detailing the complaints against them and asking them to correct their behaviour or have their contract terminated.Hope this helps
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