Soliant, a leading provider of specialized health care, education and life science staffing services, urges people seeking employment to be wary of fraudulent job postings created to deceive applicants into providing personal information or money. Last month, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warned that these scammers are defrauding job seekers by imitating businesses, such as Soliant and other job recruitment firms or websites.
There is no reason to be alarmed. However, it is important to always be aware that Soliant representatives will not ask for your personal or your financial information during the recruitment process.
Here are some other recommendations to help protect jobseekers:
- Companies like Soliant will NEVER communicate to you on web apps such as Telegram and WhatsApp.
- Verify job postings found on networking, third-party websites and apps on the hiring company’s own website.
- Legitimate companies will only ask for personal information and bank account information for payroll purposes AFTER hiring employees.
- Never provide bank account or credit card information to anyone online.
- Never share your social security number or other personal information that can be used to access your accounts with anyone online.
Individuals interested in career opportunities with Soliant are encouraged to visit soliant.com/about/careers.