Ever heard of SourceLast inviting for interviews via LinkedIn? Ever heard of SourceLast inviting for interviews via LinkedIn?
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    Default Ever heard of SourceLast inviting for interviews via LinkedIn?

    I have received a few liners INmail in LinkedIn asking if I would be ok to take an interview this week, from someone called SourceLast.

    No other information as to what this interview is about, with who, etc.
    Also, I have not applied for any job or contract via LinkedIn.

    Has anyone had this before? Any info/experience appreciated, before I say, yes, I am interested.

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    I'd be wary of any outfit offering an interview for a role I hadn't applied for and had no information on.

    But, if I were out of work and bored enough, I'd be tempted for a laugh.

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    WLMS

    Ask then for two references first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    WLMS

    Ask then for two references first.
    Ha! Great idea!

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    Yeah I’ve had a couple of these. I replied asking if it was contract or perm and what location.

    They replied oh you need to register on the website to find out.

    Basically it’s just a line to get you to register on a job website.

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    Looks pants - their website has practically zero information about them or what their hiring proposition is other than meaningless generic guff like "Hiring is creating new relationships. Building meaningful, collaborative, and beautiful relationships is easy."

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