The common desire of employees is to find good jobs, high income levels, a friendly working environment and development opportunities. However, many companies use that general mentality to deceive their candidates. So you need to equip yourself with the knowledge necessary to distinguish a scam from a good company
Not interested in your CV
A good business, they will be very interested in information related to their candidates to know that you are really suitable for the position or not. If a company that even the candidate’s CV read to, it proves that they do not care about the quality of its employees, but just want to quickly find people to fill the vacancy for enough quantity. You should be especially aware of this.
Ask vague questions
During the interview, employers will often ask a lot of questions related to your experience, skills or similar questions to test you. The fraudulent companies do not. Because they do not care about the CV, they do not know the information about you. The questions they ask are also so that through loudspeaker, even asking the information that you have recorded in your profile.
Observing your surroundings is important for you to know if it is a good environment for you to work or not. Look at how the staff there talk to each other. Do they smile or show you affection, or just coolly look at the computer screen. In particular, if you get the chance, notice how the employees there communicate with their bosses. If an employee can comfortably and frankly present his opinion to the boss, this is definitely a healthy working environment that you are looking for. If the opposite happens, you should think more carefully if you want to work in the long term.
Give a job request that is different from the original description
Do not hesitate to immediately reject a company whose requirements for you during the interview go far beyond the initial description of the position you are applying for. Fraudulent companies often have claims that require you to take on more related jobs that are not in the right position or unreasonable conditions when you start working there.
Dodge your questions
During the recruitment process, you can ask the recruiter a few questions to learn more about the company. But if their answers only revolve around statements like “welcome to the company”, “you will learn more after working here” A decent company will never refuse or evade. Questions regarding your inquiries about the company. So be careful with this.