Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Job applicants bring unfair employers to our attention, without these alerts the world wouldn’t know corporate slavery occurred.

Peermont Global advertises vacancies without being upfront about pay. They force applicants to disclose current pay and pay expectations.

This gives Peermont superiority over applicants as they obtain an information advantage allowing them to make unfair and unequal wage offers.

Peermont’s online application form

Peermont Global is an example of how easily firms obstruct S23.1 Constitution ‘everybody is entitled to fair labour practice.’

Life’s a gamble when you apply to the Peermont Global group who currently advertise a number of vacancies.

We urge the public to be savvy to their discriminatory practices.

1. Their job adverts don’t include pay information, the less job seekers know about how much they offer, the more disadvantaged they are when negotiating pay. 

Lawyers and economists term this discrimination ‘information asymmetry.’
2. Upon clicking through to PG’s application forms, job seekers must disclose current salary and salary expectation. Rival employer pay disclosures are unlawful, and job applicant expectations are irrelevant to what Peermont is willing to offer.

What are they willing to offer, unequal pay?

Peermont’s two steps to unfair information advantages are unlawful.
Peermont leadership conduct is an indicator of absent business ethics within the Peermont Global brand.

Published on Peermont’s LinkedIn page

Read more messages to Peermont on Linkedin

Peermont global wants to know your pay without being upfront first
Peermont obstructs job applicant right to dignity, respect, equality and fair.

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