Courtesy: Indeed

Indeed is one of the world’s leading websites for job seekers and employers alike. It provides valuable insight into the current job market, helps employers find talent and the jobless seek a position in their localities.

Unfortunately, it seems as if Indeed has given up on moderating the kind of ads which are posted on the portal used by millions. This could end up hurting the job portal’s reputation and even bring about legal action if someone dares to take that step.

Recently, I was contacted about a job post a friend of mine had seen on the website. I could not believe that something like this would have been posted on Indeed. I was sure that Indeed had been monitoring the sort of content one could publish on it, but that could not have been farther from the truth.

Here is the post that was shared. Viewer discretion is advised as it does contain material not suitable for everyone.

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Indeed does not only work by getting people to add postings to its website directly. It also allows employers and recruiters to automatically have their job postings uploaded on to the site via tools they can incorporate on their own websites to capture any updates.

“As the world’s #1 job site, with over 20 crore unique visitors every month from over 60 different countries, Indeed has become the catalyst for putting the world to work. Indeed is intensely passionate about delivering the right fit for every hire. Indeed helps companies of all sizes hire the best talent and offers the best opportunity for job seekers to get hired,” Indeed claims on their website.

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Such a claim of having over 200 million users every single month is impressive. With such monumental traffic, you would imagine Indeed maintaining a certain standard of quality.

Hopefully someone at Indeed will be able to check this article out and ensure better quality standards are maintained in the future. Such posts should not, in any case, be taken seriously by anyone using a website like Indeed, but this could result in exploitation and further unwanted issues.

I would also like to clarify that I personally believe Indeed is a great website for anyone to use, regardless of them looking for a job or posting one. Indeed provides excellent opportunities for users to connect and seamlessly apply for jobs, helping millions of people around the world.

Intentions of this post are to just bring awareness about such posts and voice our concerns against them. We would be thankful of the Indeed management team on removing such posts and improving their job posting standards in the future.

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