These tips will help you recognize a dishonest employer or fraudulent job, and save you from applying for such a vacancy.
- Corporate mail is not specified. Usually, the email addresses of the company employees share a domain with the company’s website. Therefore, messages from company representatives can not come from public addresses such as Gmail, Outlook.co. But sometimes small companies and private entrepreneurs can use the usual public addresses. So if you’re in doubt, you can Google this email for feedback.
- There is no information about the company, its profile and website. Or this data is quite vague. A high-quality job advertisement contains the company name, full contact information, company’s field and other additional information (responsibilities, working conditions, requirements).
- Too attractive conditions. As a rule, quite suspicious or high earnings are proposed at interviews, easy money is also offered. We advise you to pay attention to vacancies where conditions are not described clearly. That is, after reading the job description, you do not have a clear idea of the duties, working conditions and requirements.
- Payment is requested. During the interview, the employer asks to pay for materials, registration, employment. Please note that bona fide employers do not require payment for courses, starter kit, the purchase of literature or anything else.
- After applying for the vacancy, the employer asks for personal data, photos, screenshots. An honest employer may ask you to send documents as well, but before that you had to go through several stages of the interview and receive an official invitation to work.
If you have any doubts or experience of communication with your employer coincides with one of the points above - immediately contact Jooble support at email@example.com or via the link.
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