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Hi every body ..we are in good career were we can give life to many peoples career ,but I am hearing in hyderabad market that many companies are recruiting candidates for lakhs of rupees is it right to do so ???????? can we suggest to pay amount for HR who are bribing. Is it good for others who are going in good manner to get job??????? Cant we get any solution for this type of problems????? Please suggest valuable suggestion, as many parents who had earned hard money is been robbed my some one .Please try to stop this ..........please send your feed back to .
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Hello, I do have a lot to say reg this topic — but would prefer to wait until other Forum members have had their say. Rgds, TS
Good to know about your concern but sadly n unfortunately Nobody is Listening!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bribing is our National Disease and we have been born and brought up on it. If you look at corruption levels in our Country, you can safely say Reciveing and Taking Bribe seems to be our BirthRight!!!!!!!!!!.....You only know about Hyderabad. I know about so many people who dont know have basic communication or knowledge and have fake or paid up degrees and certifications in reputed National as well as International Brands, Using Influence in various forms for acheiving jobs and promotions exists everywhere and mind you these fellows are projected as "Talented" Too!!!!!....Honesty is the best policy to be read only n not applied........rgrds

Hi Sharelogic,
I am very happy that at least a few have a tendency to worry about the issue?????????????They are not only getting money.But also giving priority for references.
I am also waiting for this chance to voice out my opinion.
As 28677.............. pointed out(Honesty is the best policy to be read only n not applied........) is cent percent true.I attend many interviews.But before advertisement,the company recruiting the candidates from reference itself.For the sake of advertisement they call for an interview.After the interview the employer happily says " we will call you".In the initial stage i strongly believe those words.Many times i use to think that i am not eligible for this career?But later i realized the "honesty" of the employer.
Still i am having little confident to get a job?
I am not blaming all the HR's.But many do it.This is my field,even though a single person's malpractice it effect the whole community.

I just need to state a situation, where an employee who had been hired by paying the HR of the same company, told his manager in front of everybody that he had paid money for that job, when he was scolded for a mistake in his work.
Again this is not ethical for an HR to do things in this way. People should realize that it would seriously have an effect on to the performance management.

A request, please do not comply to such unfair practices. You don’t need to bribe to get a job. It’s illegal. No matter whichever source request for money in favour of job, reject such an option. Stay out of it. No sooner or later such rackets come under legal scrutiny. Hence get everyone associated with it in major trouble.
While applying for a job, approach the employer directly through the job sites or Employer's website. Appointment is always on the basis of merit and fitment to the requirement.
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Dear Friend, You have raised right concern. Its upto the self consciousness of the individual doing this but surely not a healthy sign for industry and market as whole. Rgrds, PI
This is definitely a concern for us as HR fraternity and for the industry as a whole. I too have come across instances where HR or the company has been demanding money for providing employment or project experience.
While the practice should be strongly criticized, it is also a fact that there are many job seekers in India who are ready to pay for employment. I agree that the first change should come from us HR people, but there is also a need for awareness among the applicants.
I believe we should start a campaign against such practices here in CiteHr and enhort our HR fraternity from indulging in such practices. We can also spread the word about it through emails and word-of-mouth as well as through the numerous blogs maintained by our colleagues.


Its true. Its happening from years back....

Companies are taking the major role in developing this sort of culture. When recruitment is taken as a reasonable aspect, no candidate need to think of paying something to get into their field of interest. Companies (representatives) are encouraging and candidates with a zeal to enter into IT field are paying in order to capture the opportunity.

See, for an instance, certain software professional position has fallen vacant. Companies are asking for 2+ & 3+ years of experienced candidates for the position. Think 100 candidates comes for the interview. Out of which 98% are with fake experience. A candidate gets selected. But remember he carries fake. Right from top to bottom interviewers.... do you think they are unable to identify that the candidate is of fake experience??? They can....

But the problem is they have to take the candidate who agrees for less salary comparatively. They think that this guy may be tuned to our requirement if trained..


what about genuine experienced candidates.......???

what about the freshers applying genuinely without fake....???

When companies can take such a candidate, then they can take a fresher itself and tune them to their required standards.... But their policy doesn't support....

So, people who are passionate hunts for the channels to enter into...

The system from top to bottom is like that... Bottom level should obey the instructions of their higher-ups.... And Higher-ups thinks that their orders are being satisfied.... irrespective of peeping into the facts....

It gradually spoils the industry...

Many freshers says - "when no one is providing the opportunity, from where will we get the experience?"

It's true...

Knowingly when dummy experienced candidates are provided with the offers, why don't they offer even with less ctc to the freshers????

I think, the system itself is making the candidates to become unethical.. A genuine candidate who entered into a company through unethical means.... would forget his struggle he faced and follows the same way with other job aspirants..... Bcoz (s)he wants to take revenge on the society... or he wants to earn more through something unethical like his seniors...

I wonder why don't companies think that if a candidate has entered their company through unethical means, how (s)he is expected to be genuine in his roles and responsibilities and how (s)he could maintain the company's reputation in market......


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