The social network LinkedIn has introduced a new system that verifies the authenticity of job offers that are already published on the platform and also offers information to users on how they have been determined to be valid to avoid fraud or scams.
On the other hand, during the last months, the employment platform has been introducing new functionalities based on artificial intelligence (AI) to generate collaborative articles and initiate conversations between experts, as well as help users to create their profiles within the network. social.
In addition, this technology has also been put in the hands of companies so that they can offer better descriptions of job offers to applicants once inside the platform portal and at the same time make them more accessible to potential candidates.
Section for verified
A few days ago it announced its partnership with Clear, a secure identity platform available in the United States that enables verification of LinkedIn users in that country. To do this, it is necessary to provide the ID issued by the US Government, as well as a telephone number.
Now, the company has introduced new tools “so that job seekers feel safe and confident in their job search,” as explained in a blog post. In this way, LinkedIn shows a section that gives direct access to a space in which it is indicated that a job offer has been verified and validated for publication.
This section shows if this offer belongs to the official page of the company that promotes it, which can be verified by verifying your corporate email or using Clear. LinkedIn has commented that job posting verifications are starting to roll out, and as it broadens access to its free verification tools, job seekers found more jobs with this badge.
Warn about scams
The company has also recorded that in recent months it has introduced new ways to verify users’ professional accounts, with the ‘About this profile’ section, which indicates their creation date as well as whether they have been verified with a phone and an email.
On the other hand, it has introduced a new system that notifies users if the platform’s messages include high-risk content that may affect their security. For example, it will send a notification if the message will redirect users to another platform, which may be a sign of a scam.