I filled out a application for a warehouse supervisor position. And about 2 or 3 days later this lady emails me. She said that she had a position for a warehouse supervisor/management position told me the hours of be working and that there was a 400 dollar sign on bonus, she asked if I was okay with that. And if it was okay and the higher ups approved she would send me a employment agreement letter. Sure enough 4 or 5 days later, I get a email... see more
In January as hiring speeds up again - labor market ‘astounding’ 225,000 jobs. The numbers: The U.S. created a robust 225,000 new jobs in January to get off to a good start in 2020, reflecting surprising resilience in the labor market even though manufacturing has contracted and the economy has softened.
There’s this “company” called “Executive Personnel Group” that I applied for a couple days ago on Indeed. I read the job description and everything seemed legit until I started picking up on things. First off, the first email that was sent out was wayyyyy too wordy and too detailed and the words that were being used and the grammar was completely off and unprofessional. So that was my first red flag, (I still played along cause I wanted to see... see more
If you come across a company called United Health Group and or a person going by the name Rachel Lindberger they will ask you to download Google Hangouts and go through the motions of an interview, offer you a job that sounds too good to be true, it's a scam! Do not give them any personal information! They got me for over $3000 in new iPhones from Verizon. Luckily the fraud department caught it in time to cancel the order and resecure my account... see more
Guys, PLEASE be aware of applying for jobs and getting emails about downloading Google Hangout to speak with the Recruiters! Those are scammers and they are personally telling you to do these tasks to get your information. I just ran into this situation not to long ago and thought I should give you guys a heads up so that you are AWARE of these people. BE CAREFUL!
Hello Jessica Mitchell, Thank you for Sharing us we all Members of JOBCASE about all these Scrammers online Claimed to be Recuiters. Once again Thanks for Sharing.
I received a text message yesterday from an unknown number saying that they had just received my resume from Careerbuilder and if I was interested in a job, to respond. Curious, I said yes, they said I needed to talk to their HR person through Google Hangouts, so I agreed (though I was thinking it was odd).
The guy said he was with Houzz (which is a legitimate company) and we could do an interview through Hangouts (which again I thought was... see more
Also be aware of emails that offer you a job and they only communicate thru email. They give you a start date and do not even identify who they are. Then I received a text on my cell phone. For some reason my spam folder did not catch it
Does anyone have experience with Online Team Builders? Are they a legit work from home company? They contacting me for an interview and I am trying to find as much information on them as possible. Thanks for your help.
If anyone wants to pay to subscribe to Resume Coach to create so called resume templates, don't do it because it is a scam. Once you pay for the service, you'll get a nice little return message from Emma at Resume Coach. Then you sign on with your password and begin to anticipate the different resume templates to create a custom designed resume. Ok, that's great. But the problem is not that you cannot enter all the information, but when it comes... see more
There seems to be a new trend cropping up lately on Jobcase. In the past week I have seen no fewer the six people inquiring about envelope stuffing jobs.
For those not in the know, this type of work is promised by
companies as a work-from-home opportunity simply making money to mail out advertisements.
The question begs to be asked though;
Why would a legitimate business want to pay humans to stuff envelopes when they have automated machines... see more