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Candidates have to PAY to work here

When starting a new position, candidates may be expected to take on different tasks and responsibilities, from picking up a co-worker’s work to putting some extra hours in the evening – each of which is somewhat commonplace in new roles.

But should candidates be expected to pay their new employer to actually work for them? One employer has asked just that.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Fri, 10 Jan 2020 8:45am GMT
    It beggars belief that in today's day and age, with people on zero hours contracts and pay disparity between the sexes that organisations are still trying to pull this sort of thing. Did they honestly think people wouldn't notice? Employers need to take more responsibility for the workers they employ, for their mental health, standard of living and ensuring they are paid at least the minimum wage. What kind of jobseeker would pay to work with a company like this?

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