Search Result: 3
You may be looking for summer or part-time jobs hoping to gain pocket money and working experience. Yet, you may easily fall prey to scammers’ devious employment traps. Lack of cautiousness may lead to financial loss or unwitting involvement in criminal activities. Beware of Employment Traps To avoid falling into employment traps when looking for summer jobs, please refer to “Beware of Employment Traps” by the Labour Department and learn some tips for protecting yourself. To raise awareness, the Labour Department has also produced a video for you to familiarise with some of the situations. Beware of Industrial Safety & Regulations Fresh job-seekers must pay attention to industrial safety and avoid taking up dangerous work. You should use safety equipment provided by employers and strictly follow all safety regulations at work. Protect yourself and others, your safety always comes first.
Before searching summer jobs on the internet, please stay alert and be cautious in job searching to avoid falling into employment traps. Here are some useful tips:1. Stay alert when applying for a job from anonymous recruitment advertisements and verify the employer's identity; 2. Beware of recruitment advertisements which offer attractive remuneration but require no qualification or experience; 3. Don't yield to persuasion if you are asked to take up a job that is different from the job advertisement, especially when you lack the requisite job knowledge or skills; 4. Don't be rash to pay fees of any kind, e.g. training fees or administrative charges, etc.; 5. Generally speaking, companies will not ask job seekers to pay for products or training classes in return for a job offer; 6. Never be rash to provide important personal information and documents such as identity card, the PINs of credit cards or ATM cards to others. Don't let others use your bank account; 7. Understand the job nature well. Don't take up jobs which involve unlawful activities or sex deals; 8. Be cautious when signing contracts and documents. Make sure you fully understand the contract terms and the provisions before signing. If in doubt, do not sign on it. >>Click here to proceed to search for Summber Job Vacancies (Please visit Labour Department website for more about Summer Jobs Employment)
The Employment Ordinance Doing a part-time job or summer job can give you spending money and work experience at the same time. Don’t be misled that such jobs are irregular and, therefore, employees are not protected by labour legislation. Guide to Part-time Employment on Labour Legislation and Guide to Employment Ordinance for Summer Job Students set out your rights and protection under the Employment Ordinance. Beware of Employment Traps To avoid falling into job traps when looking for summer jobs, you can also read Beware of Employment Traps to protect yourself.