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We are aware that fraudulent job offers are circulating on social media. Perkinelmer does not engage in email interviews, does not requests fees payments and only communicates through our secured enterprise management system. Please note that legitimate emails will always come from a 'perkinelmer.com' email address.
What is Recruitment Fraud?
Recruitment fraud is a sophisticated scam offering fake job opportunities to job seekers. This type of fraud is normally carried out through e-mails or social sites by an individual claiming to be from the company. These fraudsters often request recipients to complete employment forms requiring that you provide your personal identifying information. The scammer may even conduct an "interview" with the job seeker through a virtual conferencing platform and will often request that the job seeker make a payment as part of their fake recruiting process.
How to identify Recruitment Fraud?
Please note that PerkinElmer DOES NOT:
Send job offers from free email providers such as Yahoo, Google, etc. Some scammers try to use email addresses that have PerkinElmer in the name, such as perkinelmerjobs.com, however, these are not legitimate emails.
Present job offers without an employment application, an interview and a discussion with the hiring manager.
Request payments or any type of personal data, such as credit card information, from prospective candidates for employment.
Authorize anyone to collect money or arrive at any monetary arrangement in return for a job at PerkinElmer.
Require background screening on job applicants prior to being interviewed. All background screenings are conducted in accordance with applicable law and at appropriate times during the recruitment process, not prior to an interview.
What to do if you are approached?
Do not send any money or provide any personal information.
Please contact the FBI’s Internet Crimes Complaint Center at this link to report the internet scam: https://www.ic3.gov/Home/ComplaintChoice. The FBI’s IC3 aggregates criminal events and conducts analyses to prosecute these crimes.