Recruitment fraud alert

A notice of fraudulent job offers.

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Important notice for job seekers

It has come to our attention that fraudsters have been posing as EY employees and contacting job-seeking candidates regarding potential job opportunities with our firm. These fraudulent messages sometimes include a request for payment and confidential personal information.

Please note that the EY recruiting process does not include asking candidates for payments or other highly confidential financial information. The firm complies with all required employment laws, regulations and data privacy requirements in our recruiting process.

If you are approached by someone who is pretending to be employed with the EY organization in this manner, please report them immediately. We take this matter very seriously and are taking all appropriate measures to address this.

Confirm the legitimacy of a job posting

If you are applying for a job, you can confirm the legitimacy of a job posting by viewing current open roles here. All legitimate job postings will require an application to be made directly on our official EY Careers website.

What is recruitment fraud?

Recruitment fraud is an elaborate scheme in which fictitious job opportunities are offered to job seekers. This type of fraud is typically carried out through online services, such as false websites, or through unsolicited emails claiming to be from the company. These emails may request recipients to provide personal information and to make payments as part of their illegitimate recruiting process. More information can be found here.