Do you work through an agency, have you recently applied for a new job, or do you have information about a recruiter where you or a colleague have experienced fraudulent or unfair activity?
If you suspect that you have been targeted, treated unfairly or been the victim of a scam, then the Safer-Jobs team would like to learn about your experience.*
* All information provided is treated in the strictest confidence.
SAFERjobs (Safe Advice for Employment and Recruitment) is a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organisation created in 2008 to raise awareness and combat criminal activities that may be attempted on those seeking a job, or through the services provided by the recruitment industry.
Get Safe Online, Safer-Jobs and Action Fraud are warning young people to take precautions whilst looking for jobs online, to avoid falling victim to scammers.
Have You Been Asked to Pay for a Criminal Record Check? How do you Know it's Not a Criminal Asking? SAFERjobs (www.safer-jobs.com) are a non-profit, joint law enforcement organisation campaigning against UK job fraud and protecting job seekers.
Online job fraud now affects thousands of people in the UK every year – with the average scam costing the victim around £4,000.
The following job boards promote job scam awareness and take seriously the campaign for a safer job search by advertising SAFERjobs on their websites: Adview, Adzuna, CWJobs, CV Library, e4s, Empty Lemon, Executives on the Web, Guardian Jobs, Gumtree, Indeed, Job Magpie, Jobsite, My Job Matcher, MyjobScotland, Monster, NHS Jobs, reed.co.uk, S1 Jobs, Techno Jobs, Totaljobs, and Universal Jobmatch.