It has come to our attention that fraudulent employment offers have been received from individuals claiming to be recruiting on behalf of Hatch.
What is recruitment fraud?
Recruitment fraud is generally presented as unsolicited emails, fake websites, text messages and even phone calls. Hatch does not participate in these practices. All of Hatch’s open career positions are posted at: https://www.hatch.com/Careers/Career-opportunities
Signs of recruitment fraud:
- Hatch emails end in “@hatch.com.” Any emails using a different form are not authentic.
- Perpetrators use mobile phone numbers, rather than office numbers.
- Communications have spelling and grammatical errors or are poorly formatted.
- The email or communication is marked as ‘urgent’.
- The employment offer is for an international position.
- The perpetrator asks for money (e.g. for ‘visa fees’, taxes, a percentage of travel expenses) and requests personal information such as passport and bank account details.
What to do if you suspect recruitment fraud?
If you receive a suspicious recruitment offer from Hatch, do not respond. For any concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org.