On the one hand, recruitment platforms that have not fulfilled their obligation to review and release employment information should be investigated and punished in accordance with laws and regulations such as the Advertising Law, Cyber Security Law, and the Interim Regulations on the Human Resources Market; "Black intermediaries" and other recruiting companies and individuals will never relent, punishing them according to law.
"You can get a high salary with a low education" "Find me in two years to buy a car and five years to buy a house" ... According to the Xinhua News Agency report on April 16th, there are a lot of attractive recruitment information like this on some online recruitment websites. The reporter's investigation found that some platforms' qualification examination of recruiters is useless, and the resumes of recruiters may be invested in "black intermediaries", MLM agencies and even fraud companies.
In the Internet era, more and more people are looking for jobs through recruitment websites. However, not every recruitment platform strictly monitors the recruiters. Some people are cheated by thousands of yuan after they submit their resumes to the recruitment companies on the platform. Companies are still openly recruiting on some recruitment platforms. In addition, the recruitment platform releases false recruitment information and labels suspected fraud intermediary companies as "famous enterprises", which also exist to varying degrees.
The reason why recruitment platforms risk losing the credibility of the platform and keep their eyes open when checking on recruiters is often to make money from more companies and "black intermediaries." On a recruitment website, any company buying a package of 12,500 yuan to 22,000 yuan can get the "Famous Enterprise" logo and get a head display. This way of making money will correspond to the employer and cause a variety of harm to the society.
From the perspective of candidates, after encountering "black intermediaries", not only will they suffer economic losses, but they will also miss recruitment opportunities. If you encounter a MLM agency, you may also lose your personal freedom and life. The "Li Wenxing case" is a typical example. When Li Wenxing found a job through "BOSS direct employment", she encountered the "Li Gui" company and was deceived by the MLM group to Tianjin and finally lost her life.
False recruitment on the Internet will also have an adverse effect on current employment stability. At present, China's economy is stable and changing, and the employment situation is grim. The disorder of Internet recruitment affects the smooth application of some job applicants, and even hurts job applicants' confidence.
Internet recruitment chaos has been around for a long time and involves a wide range of platforms. According to China Judgment Documents Network, since 2017, there are 273 first-instance judgments involving false recruitment and 174 criminal cases. Among the Internet platforms related to false recruitment, 58 in the same city and the fair market involved criminal cases. 74 and 36, the most common crime is fraud.
After the Li Wenxing incident, the relevant departments issued the "Notice on Further Strengthening the Management of Recruitment Information" and used five specific measures to combat false recruitment and achieved certain results. However, false recruitment still infringes on the legitimate rights and interests of applicants in various ways to this day, and it should attract the attention of the relevant departments and make great efforts to rectify it. On the one hand, recruitment platforms that have not fulfilled their obligation to review and release employment information should be investigated and punished in accordance with laws and regulations such as the Advertising Law, Cyber Security Law, and the Interim Regulations on the Human Resources Market; "Black intermediaries" and other recruiting companies and individuals will never relent, punishing them according to law. Candidates should also actively report false recruitment, and once injured, they should defend their rights through legal channels. For such cases, the judicial organs can also streamline and facilitate the rights protection channels by simplifying the procedures for filing cases and lowering the threshold for filing cases.