When applying for any position, applicants are reminded of the following: 

  • Your resume contains sensitive personal data. Please be aware that by submitting a job application you are giving your permission for your information to be shared with a third party. The information provided by the job-seeker and recruiter is accepted subject to our Terms and Conditions (in particular, sections B2 and B3). As you will note, use of the jobseeker service is solely the responsibility of the job-seeker, we do not check the identities of those posting job adverts or the contents of the adverts, or guarantee they are genuine. This reflects our role as a conduit between job-seekers and those posting jobs. You can edit your resume here.

  • We suggest you do not send original (or copies) of certificates, diplomas, passport or other sensitive personal documents as part of an application. You should only consider providing these documents after the interview and when you have concluded your research and exercised due diligence related to the recruiter.

  • Most reputable employers do not request payment in advance of being offered a post. We suggest you do not send any payment. If a fee is required from the job-seeker, this must be clearly stated in the advertisement. Failure to include in the recruitment advertisement details of any fee/s due, contravenes our Terms and Conditions and should be reported to us.

  • If you are applying for a post in China, all businesses in China require a business licence. As part of your due diligence, you may wish to request the business licence number from the potential employer. For more information, see https://www.chinatradeblog.org/china-business-license-verification/.  

  • We suggest a legally-binding agreement/contract is signed between the job-seeker and employer, prior to taking up any employment.