Avoid Fraudsters with “Five-No’s and Three-Yes’ Policy” in Part-time Jobs
“Five-No’s Policy” on which to insist on the interview day:
1. Do not hand over any money for uncertain or unreasonable use.
2. Do not buy any products you are not familiar with.
3. Do not sign any documents or contract.
4. Do not apply for a credit card at the company’s request.
5. Do not let the company keep your identification card, credit card or deposit book.
“Three-Yes’ Policy” before the interview:
1. Ensure the company is an incorporated company in advance by searching for and
collecting company information through Internet or the Ministry of Economic Affairs
2. Review the content of the recruitment advertisement for unreasonable conditions,
unclear or uncertain job content.
3. Ask your family or friend to accompany you to the interview or let them know the
venue of the interview.
Ensure the content of the contract is fair and reasonable; if the contract includes the following articles, please discuss with a faculty/staff member, drillmaster, counselors or the government unit related to labor affairs before you sign that contract in order to
prevent infringing upon your rights or you being cheated:
1. Does not give you clear answers about the company’s business or your job content and constantly tells you the job is easy with good pay and numbers are limited.
2. Holds your interview in a public space as the company is an unincorporated company.
3. Requests you to post your important personal documents such as ID card, debit card to a designated address.
4. Exaggerates the results from using a product and encourages you to buy products or invest in the company.
5. Requests that you pay a deposit which will be refunded after you officially start to work.