Aspects of TASH’s identity, such as our logo and the names of some TASH board members and staff, have recently been used to perpetrate a false job search, interview, and offer process . Please note that TASH would never engage in any of the following:
- Making unsolicited initial contact with potential employees.
- Communicating with potential employees via WhatsApp or any other non-business-standard communication methods.
- Conduct TASH business from personal, temporary or non-TASH e-mail accounts.
- Conducting webinar-based job interviews with the video off.
- Request potential employees to make purchases of their own office equipment.
- Send a job offer from any person other than the TASH Executive Director.
TASH was hiring for an Office Administrator position, but the deadline for applying for that job was July 11, 2021 and the interview process with the TASH executive director has concluded.
If you have had any employment related communication seeming to originate from TASH please inform us. Please tell us where the job advertisement was found (include the web link if possible). Please forward e-mails, screen shots of any text communication, copies of any offer letters, etc. to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are reporting this scam to the Federal Trade Commission and other authorities.
If you have responded to any communication about a TASH job, we encourage you to take steps to secure your identity and prevent malware from infecting your computer.
To learn more about these types of employment frauds and what you can do, please visit the Federal Trade Commission’s Job Scams page at https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/job-scams.