Complaint / complaint resolution support process
Step 1: Members reflect on website services provided, pay incorrect job postings ... via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2 : Customer Care or Corporate Sales company will receive feedback from members. These Divisions proactively resolve quickly and respond to the results of complaints settlement on the basis of the policies announced by the Company.
Step 3: Depending on the severity of the violation, the Company will provide appropriate handling measures. In the case that the two parties cannot reach a common voice through negotiation. The company will bring this case to the competent state agency to resolve according to the law. Joboko.com, employers and job seekers are responsible for receiving complaints and assisting job seekers or recruiters in relation to job content posted on the Joboko.com website.
Submit your complaint at:
X-MEDIA JOINT STOCK COMPANY
Address: at 244A Le Trong Tan, Khuong Mai Ward, Thanh Xuan District, City. Ha Noi
Parties including job seekers, employers will have a responsible role in actively solving problems. Employers should be responsible for providing documents to certify information related to the incident that is causing conflict with job seekers. Joboko.com will be responsible for providing information related to job seekers and employers if requested by either party (related to that dispute).
After the job seeker, the employer who has settled the dispute, is responsible for reporting it to the Joboko.com administrators. In the case of a transaction that arises contradictory and the error belongs to the employer: Joboko.com will take measures to warn, close the account or transfer it to the competent law agency depending on the severity of the mistake. Joboko.com will terminate and remove all job content articles of that employer on Joboko.com.
If through the form of agreement, it is still not possible to resolve the conflict arising from the transaction between the job seekers and the recruiter, either party will have the right to ask the competent legal authority to dissuade. card to ensure the legitimate interests of the parties.