It’s a sad reality that an increasing number of job hunters are falling victim to online job scams, with our research revealing that 71.3 per cent of candidates would assume that any job advertised online is a legitimate posting from a real business.
Looking at the Warc 100 class of 2016 – an annual ranking of the world’s best marketing campaigns and companies according to business impact – it is clear there are a number of themes that emerge.
Last month, a story about one RAC manager posing a rather offensive question at interview made its way into the press. The reaction to the question, and the subsequent apology from RAC too, might not surprise you in the slightest. But what might surprise you is that employers are making mistakes, which can cost them thousands of pounds.