Suzlon has received inquiries seeking clarification of job offers received in unsolicited fashion. These job offers appear to come from organisations falsely pretending to recruit on behalf of Suzlon, or by people claiming to work for, or be affiliated to a Suzlon company.
Job fraud is a sophisticated scam offering fake job opportunities to job seekers. This type of fraud is normally carried out through online services such as false websites, or through fake e-mails claiming to be from the company. The fraudsters often request recipients to provide personal information and to make payments as part of their fake recruiting process.
Some people have received what appeared to be genuine offers of employment from Suzlon via e-mail but which turned out to be fraudulent. Candidates have been asked for payment to secure interviews or a position at a Suzlon office or Suzlon operated worksite.
At Suzlon we follow prudent recruitment practices and do not randomly offer jobs to anyone, these e-mails have no connection with Suzlon.
All individuals who are successful in gaining an offer of employment from Suzlon, whether directly or indirectly, are always required to go through a formal recruitment process that will always be preceded by a formal application and face-to-face interviews at our offices.
We do not ask for bank details until an offer has been officially accepted and the employee has started working at Suzlon.
Suzlon does not ask for any financial commitment or contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.
Fraudulent job offers often ask for financial or personal information early in the process.
The job offers comes from a similar e-mail address of Suzlon.com with a different domain name
If a job offer from Suzlon is unexpected, then it is probably fake.
In order to verify the authenticity of any Suzlon recruitment offer, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzlon has no responsibility for fraudulent offers and advises candidates to follow the guidance provided above.