THOMPSON & CLEAN HARBORS COMMITMENT TO PRIVACY
Candidates should be aware that cyber-criminals may target them with fraudulent job offers, purporting to be from legitimate companies such as Clean Harbors and/or its affiliates. These persons offer fraudulent employment opportunities to applicants, often asking for sensitive personal and financial information or worse, asking applicants to send them money.
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 online services such as false websites, or through fake e-mails claiming to be from the company, using similar but slightly different email domains as the real company. The fraudsters often request recipients to provide personal information and to make payments as part of their fake recruiting process.
Clean Harbors does not collect any financial commitment from candidates as a pre-employment requirement and will not advance money to you for you to purchase your own supplies.
HOW TO IDENTIFY RECRUITMENT FRAUD
All applicants are required to only apply for jobs through careers.cleanharbors.com.
- Fraudulent job offers often come through email sent from free web-based e-mail accounts such as Yahoo.com, Yahoo.co.uk, Gmail.com, Googlemail.com, Live.com, etc.
- They may also come from email domains that are similar but slightly different from our legitimate email domains.
- Fraudulent job offers often ask for financial or personal information early in the process. Clean Harbors does not ask for any financial commitment or contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.
- A fraudulent offer may ask you to pay for equipment, put money on a prepaid visa card or to provide banking information. Clean Harbors does not ask for any financial contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.
If you believe you have been a victim of a fraudulent job offer concerning Clean Harbors and/or our affiliates, please send us an email with “fraudulent job offer” in the subject line.
To review our current active postings, please visit careers.cleanharbors.com, select your country and search your local area.
WHAT IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF RECRUITMENT FRAUD?
If you feel you are falling victim to recruitment fraud, or something just doesn't feel right, please contact your local authorities and/or if you choose, file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at reportfraud.ftc.gov or the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov.
The information contained in this notice is for general information purposes only. Clean Harbors shall not accept any liability towards the representation made in any fraudulent communication or its consequences, and such fraudulent communication shall not be treated as any kind of offer or representation by Clean Harbors or its affiliates.