Ethical Guidelines for Jobseekers
Provide Accurate Information about your academic qualifications and work records, including courses taken, grades achieved, positions held and duties performed previously.
Interview Genuinely: Interview only with employers in whom you are sincerely interested and whose eligibility requirements you meet.
Adhere to Interview Schedules: Attend all interviews unless unforeseeable events prevent you from doing so, in which case you should notify the employer at the earliest possible moment.
Do Not Keep Employers waiting: Communicate your acceptance or refusal of a job offer to employers as promptly as possible, so that they can notify other candidates that they are still being considered or that the position is filled.
Accept a Job Offer in Good Faith: When you accept an offer, you should have every intention of honouring your commitment. Withdraw from Interviewing when your Job Search is completed: If you accept an offer of employment, you must withdraw from other interviewing and job searching immediately. Inform other employers that you are out of the running.
Claim Fair Reimbursement: If an employer has agreed to reimburse you for expenses you incur in its recruitment process, your request should be true and correct.