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Industry body addresses recruitment fraud

Posted By APSO, Tuesday, 09 June 2015
Updated: Friday, 29 May 2015

Industry body addresses recruitment fraud

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South African businesses have been urged to actively participate in the regulation of the staffing industry by the Federation of African Professional Staffing Organisations (APSO).

The aim is to promote transparency in order to stop the exploitation of desperate job seekers by bogus organisations.

KC Makhubele, Vice President of APSO – recognised as a professional body in the industry – says, “Deception in the recruitment industry is forcing employers to carefully consider their options when trying to identify reputable recruitment partner.”

He notes that by only working with employment agencies who have opened themselves to regulations and scrutiny by industry peers, businesses will aid in closing down the operations of fake recruiters.

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Alarm raised over bogus online recruitment agencies

Posted By APSO, Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Alarm raised over bogus online recruitment agencies

 

Cape Argus
Joseph Booysen

 

AN INCREASE in fake online adverts posted by bogus operators posing as recruitment firms has led to an industry expert warning desperate job seekers to look out for scammers hoping to make a quick buck.

KC Makhubele, managing executive for marketing and strategic relationships at Quest Staffing Solutions and vice president of the Federation of African Professional Staffing Organisations (APSO), said adverts by fake agencies were becoming more common.

He said bogus recruitment agencies continued to pose a threat, with unscrupulous "recruiters" offering attractive employment opportunities for money in advance. This is usually under the guise of work visas, travel expenses or background and/or credit checks required for the position. Once the money has been paid, the job seeker is left with no job and no money, he said.


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Tags:  APSO  APSO Code of Ethics  Cape Argus  employment  industry body  job seekers  negate risk  recruitment agencies  scam 

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