While in the middle of another job interview, a woman who had falsely obtained employment with sixteen (16) companies at once and earned wages from each of them for three years without working was detained.
The Chinese woman known as Guan Yue (pseudonym) is accused of engaging in fraudulent activity, and her husband is a party to the offense.
The woman’s employment history, including the names of each employer, the particular position she had there, the day she started working there, and the bank account information provided as payment for her monthly salary, are reportedly neatly hidden records that the pair kept.
It was said that Guan Yue was always looking for work. She would take pictures at job interviews to demonstrate her existing employers that she was meeting with prospective clients. Curiously, the plan worked perfectly for years, enabling Guan Yue to purchase a high-end condo in Shanghai before her identity was revealed.
Guan Yue was so skilled at the alleged scam that whenever she had multiple interviews arranged at once, she frequently gave them to others in exchange for commissions. Nevertheless, she kept most of the jobs for herself and always found new employers to work for when she was fired due to poor performance.
Her problems started in January when one of her former bosses came through her resignation letter in an online work group. Owner of a software company Liu Jian hired Yue and seven other employees to work in sales jobs, but after a three-month trial period, Liu Jian fired them since they hadn’t closed a single deal.