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Delhi – October 28, 2013 – Tech Mahindra, a specialist provider of connected solutions to the connected world and enabling future digital enterprises, in collaboration with the police authorities busted a fake jobs racket that was issuing fake offer letters to aspiring candidates for jobs at Tech Mahindra, while collecting cash amount ranging between INR 9000 to INR 2 lakh each. Tech Mahindra acted on this based on a whistleblower complaint and promptly reported it to the local police and assisted in setting a trap and nabbing the culprits.
“Tech Mahindra is committed to high ethical standards of operation and has taken this matter very seriously. We have a zero tolerance policy to any issues that misrepresent our value systems or cause damage to our reputation. Tech Mahindra does not charge any fee or collect any deposit from candidates for any jobs and our hiring is purely based on principles of meritocracy and relevance. I urge all candidates who are approached by third parties demanding cash payments for jobs at Tech Mahindra to immediately report the matter to us at [email protected] or to the local law enforcement authorities,” said Rakesh Soni, Chief People Officer, Tech Mahindra.
This is when you should know it is a fake job offer letter:
- If the email originates form a public or free domain and not from the tech Mahindra domain (@techmahindra.com)
- The email or the letter asks you to deposit cash in any form
- If they call for a physical interview at a non-Tech Mahindra location
If you receive any suspicious or fraudulent offers, connect with us at [email protected] with full details and “FAKE HIRING” written in the subject line.