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QuikrJobs urges job seekers to 'be smart'

19-November-2016
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QuikrJobs urges job seekers to 'be smart'

QuikrJobs, online hiring platform for blue collar and entry level white collar hiring, has launched ‘be smart’, a campaign aimed to educate and caution candidates about potential frauds while applying for jobs online.

The ‘be smart’ campaign is a proactive step by QuikrJobs to help ensure that job-seekers have a safe and smart job-seeking experience on the platform. It includes safety tips that help identify fake job offers and also advises against making any form of payment to a recruiter, in order to secure a job.

‘Jobs’ as a category in the online medium is one of the most vulnerable and the ‘be smart’ campaign helps combat this vulnerability by creating awareness about potential fraud. As part of ongoing quality improvisations on the QuikrJobs platform, it has increased the level of alerts at every touch point during the job search and application process.

Apart from alerts, QuikrJobs will also be using social media and a combination of direct mailers and SMS updates to educate all its registered job-seekers.

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