Beware: Fraudulent Recruitment Offers
ATCO and our recruitment team are aware that some jobseekers/applicants have received fraudulent employment offers from persons or organizations posing as ATCO Ltd. In some of these instances, the person or organization may request access to personal information or funds in order to progress the recruitment process.
At ATCO, the safety of our employees and customers is our top priority—this includes the safety of your personal and financial information. Please know that ATCO will never, under any circumstance, request money to further any employment offer. Personal information requests will only be in the form of standard resume requests, which are held confidentially. All of our successful applicants who are offered employment with ATCO Ltd. or any of our Subsidiaries are required to complete our formal recruitment process, which includes an interview with a member of our Human Resources team or Business Leaders.
Identifying Recruitment Scams
Here are some guidelines to help avoid fraudulent recruitment tactics:
• Look for a verifiable company email address. Legitimate emails from ATCO will always be sent from email accounts ending in “@atco.com”, our company domain addresses.
• Watch closely for email addresses with misspelled or “spoofed” company names. These are often similar to, but not exactly matching the actual company name. Examples of suspicious ATCO email addresses may include those that end in “@atco.net” instead of “@atco.com,” and misspelled email addresses such as those ending in “@acto.com”.
• Always report suspicious communications to us. If you are contacted by someone you suspect of fraudulent intentions, or by a person or organization pretending to be ATCO, please forward to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.