Reem Hospitals has been made aware of phony job offers that have been sent to applicants via phony websites, emails, letters, texts, and/or facsimiles.
If you have received a letter of employment claiming to be from Reem Hospital asking to transfer money to secure a job opportunity, please let us know by contacting Hrteam@reemhospital.ae.
Reem Hospital never asks for or accepts payments to guarantee an employment chance. If you encounter any financial fraud when submitting your application to work with us or encounter any problems, please let us know.
WHAT IS RECRUITMENT FRAUD?
A sophisticated scam advertising fake job possibilities is recruitment fraud. This kind of scam is typically carried out online via phony websites or unsolicited emails purporting to be from the organization. To handle applications for positions that don’t exist, these emails ask recipients for personal information and ultimately cash.
HOW TO IDENTIFY RECRUITMENT FRAUD?
- The offenders frequently demand that victims fill up fictitious employment paperwork, such as application forms, terms and conditions of employment, or visa documents. The name and emblem of Reem Hospital are frequently used on documents without permission.
- Early on, personal information such address, birth date, CV, passport, bank account information, etc. is requested.
- Free web-based email accounts like Yahoo.com, Yahoo.co.uk, Gmail.com, Googlemail.com, Live.com, etc. are frequently used to send or receive email correspondence.
- Email correspondence, frequently from legal or human resources departments, appears to have been sent by an officer or senior executive of the company. Most likely, the email address is not real if it doesn’t end in “@reemhospital.ae”.
- The offenders might even promise to cover a significant portion of the money demanded and urge the candidate to cover the balance.
- There is an insistence on urgency.
WHAT TO DO IN CASE YOU RECEIVE A FRAUDULENT JOB OFFER?
To report a fake message, email Hrteam@reemhospital.ae with specifics. Keep the fake message in case more research is necessary.