SAFERjobs releases April activity summary
SAFERjobs (Safe Advice for Employment and Recruitment) is a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organisation created in 2008 to raise awareness and combat criminal activities that may be attempted on those seeking a job, or through the services provided by the recruitment industry – www.safer-jobs.com .
SAFERjobs has released an overview of its April activity which includes 42,169 visits to the updated version of their website and 96 reports with a financial quantity of nearly £29,622.
Chair of SAFERjobs Keith Rosser recently met with Nick Boles MP, Skills Minister to discuss job scams and recruitment industry standards. Nick Boles has offered his support in a variety of ways to help move the campaign forward. In addition to this there have been meetings at the House of Lords to discuss SAFERjobs and online job scams.
BBC Rip Off Britain will again be featuring SAFERjobs in their forthcoming programme about job scams. Other key organisations who will be featuring SAFERjobs in the near future are Citizens Advice Bureau who will be running feature as part of their National Scam Awareness month in July, Which, IPSE and CV Library.