Best Practices to Avoid Recruitment Fraud

Recruitment Fraud Notice 

We take matters of safety and privacy very seriously. We have recently become aware of reports of individuals claiming to represent our company, and we want to ensure that our clients and candidates are aware of how to identify these incidents. By making you aware of this, we hope to avoid and ultimately stop victims from falling for this fraudulent activity. Please do not provide any personal or financial information and do not send any money to anyone you suspect of recruitment fraud. 

How to Identify Recruitment Fraud 

  • The recruitment email does not come from an official email address. Examples include Gmail, or other email addresses.
  • You are asked to interview over an Instant Messenger-type program. 
  • Always research a company before applying for a job. Check its website, do an Internet search, and search for reviews on Glassdoor.
  • There is an early request for personal information such as address details, date of birth, resume (CV), passport details, etc.   
  • We list all of our employees on our official website under the Meet Our Team page. If you receive a message from someone claiming to be from our company and you are unsure if they are an employee, you can check our website to verify their identity. 

Please Do Not 

  • Respond to unsolicited business propositions and/or offers of employment from people with whom you are unfamiliar. 
  • Disclose your personal or financial details to anyone you do not know. 
  • Engage in further communication if you believe the communication may be fraudulent.