Fraudulent Recruitment Alert: Be Aware and Stay Informed
At Spiff, we are committed to ensuring a secure and trustworthy recruitment process for all potential candidates. It has recently come to our attention that fraudulent and misleading job opportunities are being circulated online. Certain individuals are reaching out to candidates via email, phone, and other means, falsely claiming to be representatives of Spiff. Their intent is to gain sensitive information from unsuspecting individuals.
At Spiff, we take your security seriously. Our commitment to maintaining a secure and trustworthy recruitment process has never been stronger. Here’s how we are safeguarding your interests:
- Thorough Interview Process: We never extend job offers without a comprehensive interview process involving our recruitment team members and hiring managers. This process typically includes video or in-person interactions.
- Offer Communication: Our job offers are not sent solely through email. We ensure that all offers are initially communicated verbally by our internal recruitment team members. Subsequent written communications follow this initial verbal contact.
- Email Verification: Legitimate emails from Spiff will always originate from an “@spiff.com” email address. If you have any doubts about the authenticity of an email, letter, or telephone communication claiming to be from Spiff, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org before taking any further action in response to the correspondence.
Your diligence plays a pivotal role in maintaining a secure recruitment process. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself:
- Verify the Source: Always cross-check the contact information and email addresses provided. Legitimate companies like Spiff will have official domains and verified communication channels.
- Avoid Sharing Sensitive Information: Be cautious when sharing personal details, especially financial information. Spiff or any reputable company will never ask for sensitive information upfront.
- Trust Your Instincts: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Take your time to evaluate offers and research the company before making any commitments.
Your security is our priority, and we want to ensure that your interactions with us are safe and reliable. Should you encounter any suspicious communication or have any concerns, do not hesitate to contact us.
Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions about the legitimacy of a job listing, job offer, or any other job related communications from Spiff.