Important Notice: Beware of Fraudulent Job Postings Impersonating Mphasis HR Team
We would like to bring to your attention that fraudulent job openings are being posted by imposters claiming to be part of the Mphasis HR team, offering enticing job opportunities with the intention of deceiving unsuspecting job seekers. As a reputable corporation, we take the issue of recruitment fraud seriously, and we would like to caution all potential candidates to be vigilant and avoid becoming victims of such malicious campaigns.
Please note that Mphasis will never contact anyone over WhatsApp, Telegram or any other social media application with job offers. We urge you to validate the credentials of anyone claiming to be part of our HR team before responding to such fraudulent job postings. This is in line with our commitment to providing a safe and secure recruitment process.
Here are some ways to identify recruitment fraud:
• Be wary of job offers that seem too good to be true. If the salary or job duties seem unrealistic, it may be a sign of a fraudulent job posting.
• Check the email address of the sender. Legitimate Mphasis recruiters will have an email address that ends with @mphasis.com. If the email is from a different domain or looks suspicious, it may be a scam.
• Be cautious of job offers that are made without any interview or assessment process. Legitimate companies like Mphasis have a rigorous recruitment process that involves interviews and assessments.
• Research the company offering the job. If you are not familiar with the company, check their website and social media profiles to ensure that they are legitimate.
• The Mphasis Recruitment team does not request any kind of payment during or after the hiring process. We will never request money for the opportunity to apply or work with us. In case you receive such mails, please do not pay/deposit money.
• If you have already paid money, we encourage you to lodge a complaint with the local police against the fraudsters.
• If you are unsure about the source of a job offer or in doubt about any job-related communication, we recommend that you log in to the Career section on the Mphasis website to verify the job offer or the application.
• Trust your instincts. If something feels off or suspicious about the job offer or the person offering it, it may be a sign of a scam.
We appreciate your cooperation in ensuring the integrity of our recruitment process, and we are committed to providing a safe and transparent experience for all candidates. If you have strong reasons to suspect something is amiss, please email us at Security.Investigations@mphasis.com.