Tech News Desk – Nowadays, one of the main methods of fraud is to pretend to have a job. On WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, thugs lure people with fake job offers and then turn 9 or 11 by taking their money and personal information. To protect job seekers from fraud, LinkedIn has added a new feature to the app. With the help of this, the job seeker will be able to get the correct information about the job. LinkedIn has launched a verification service for job posts. Under this, when a job seeker clicks on a job post, he will get verified information about the company and will not have to face any kind of fraud.
The profile on which the option of verification details will appear, people will be able to know about the company or the person posting the job. You will see the verification option only if the details have been verified by LinkedIn or the person who posted the job. In verification, you will get information about the verified email or page of the company or person. Verification for job posts is free. With this feature both the job seeker and the person posting as a job seeker will have confidence about the job and the job poster or company will be able to establish credibility with the candidates which is good for the company.
Recently this feature has come
A while ago, LinkedIn added an ‘About This Profile’ option to the app, which tells people about any profile in a bar, when this profile was created, when it was modified. Also whether the phone number or email address is verified or not. Along with this, LinkedIn has also introduced “Message Warning” alerts that protect users from any untoward incident, such as if a user asks a person to move to another platform for conversation, LinkedIn will alert users. . and gives them the option to report such messages or links.