In its bid to create awareness, India’s leading carrier, IndiGo, issued an advisory to be cognizant around fake job offers.
The airline through its creatives across social media and website is raising awareness of how certain people claiming to represent IndiGo are misusing the brand name & the names of IndiGo employees, demanding money in exchange for interviews or jobs.
“Please be cautioned of certain people claiming to represent IndiGo – misusing the brand name & the names of our employees, demanding money in exchange for interviews or jobs.” IndiGo Twitted
Please be cautioned of certain people claiming to represent IndiGo – misusing the brand name & the names of our employees, demanding money in exchange for interviews or jobs. Visit https://t.co/AElwwEbdDt for more information. #LetsIndiGo #Aviation pic.twitter.com/2QIuhAaLYe— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) January 28, 2021Advertisement
The airline does not charge any money for conducting interviews, providing jobs, or imparting training on joining.
IndiGo strictly advises reporting the matter to the police if someone asks for money and promise of a job at IndiGo.
IndiGo is also taking appropriate actions for cases that get reported and hence is focused on spreading awareness.
IndiGo believes that the issue can be handled only by a combination of legal/police action as well as awareness. IndiGo is taking various measures to spread awareness about fake job offers like frequent emails from HR leader to all IndiGo employees informing them and seeking support to spread awareness, placement of “caution” posters/ standees at key spots at all airports, “Caution” standee placement during hiring drives at all locations, posts on IndiGo’s official social media channels every month. – Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. The airline’s official career website also features a “caution” note on the home page.
For IndiGo’s official job postings and information on hiring events, visit and explore ‘Jobs at IndiGo‘. To report any concerns related to Fake job offers, please write to [email protected]
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