7 signs of a scam job interview

7 signs of a scam job interview

With recruitment scams conning up to 10% of UK jobseekers, ministers are warning candidates to be cautious in their job search. According to a BBC report, jobseekers have been losing up to £500 for non-existent checks or being tricked into calling premium rate phone lines for interviews.

What's more concerning, is that jobseeker fraud is on the rise. Keith Rosser, Chairman of SAFERjobs, a joint industry and law enforcement organisation which aims to tackle recruitment fraud, added: “In the last two years we have witnessed a 300% rise in recruitment related fraud and misconduct."

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