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Beware of bogus job offers

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Regrettably, we have been informed that some unscrupulous parties have allegedly been placing fraudulent online advertisements, offering unwitting applicants bogus job offers and contracts of employment and claiming to be employees of Interserve.  

Online jobsBefore responding to a suspicious online job advertisement, we would ask people in the first instance to visit the Interserve website vacancies section to check that the job has been posted

If you have any suspicions that the role could be bogus, we recommend that you do not correspond any further with the party offering the job or share any personal data with them. In most cases they will misrepresent themselves as senior HR representatives from Interserve.

Please note, Interserve will not make an offer of employment without following a recognised and legal recruitment process, which would include interviews, requesting personal data and outlining eligibility criteria related to the role.

As a result of issues becoming known to us, we have reported matters to the Police and are also in the process of making a complaint to the Information Commissioner.