Prime Manpower maintains a “no fees” recruitment policy.
We do not charge fees to an applicant as part of the application process.
Here are a few reminders to avoid getting scammed:
Scammers try to take advantage of job seekers by impersonating representatives of ManpowerGroup Philippines or its local affiliate, Prime Manpower, we urge you to exercise caution.
Recruitment scams are a form of fraud. The scammers pose as recruiters or employers that offer attractive opportunities and require the applicant to pay them money in advance and/or disclose personal information.
They may use fake (or even real) job sites, unsolicited emails, calls or texts claiming to be from the company.
They want your personal data. They will ask you to send money "to make sure that your application will be finalized" or that they need it to “initiate employment requirements.”
Usually, scammers will:
Use the Internet, local newspapers, or other print materials to advertise false job openings
Use undisclosed numbers rather than office numbers
Ask applicants to send their resume to an illegitimate email address
Direct applicants to urgently send money digitally to cover processing and/or immigration fees
Have vague job descriptions and/or extend a job offer without an interview
Get sensitive personal data or information, like your social security number, bank account information, passport information.
If you receive any communication concerning employment opportunities with ManpowerGroup Philippines or from its local affiliate, Prime Manpower from an email domain that is not listed below, the communication is likely not authorized by our organization.
Do not respond to employment offers from companies or email domains that you did not apply for.
Do not send money to any source with whom you are unfamiliar.
Do not disclose your personal information and bank details.
Stop all communication if you believe it to be fraudulent.
Arm yourself with knowledge and awareness to avoid being a victim of scams.
Recruitment scams are now a global concern in all industries.
Fake employment postings, emails, and other false communications continue to increase across the internet.
Scammers have learned to modify their tactics to ensure its effectiveness.