The companies paying job interview candidates just for coming in

Recently, the Financial Times reported how an insurer based in Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Familienversicherung – is offering €500 (about £417) to anyone who interviews for a vacancy, an additional €1,000 (just over £834) to those who make it to the second round, and another €5,000 (£4,172) to those who complete a six-month probation.
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The companies paying job interview candidates just for coming in

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