It would be a dream come true for many individuals if they take up Sundar Pichai's job as CEO for Google. Wouldn't it be? It's one of the most lucrative jobs on the planet, in the event that you didn't have a clue.
For the unversed, let us tell you that somebody made a shan vacancy for this very position on a prominent business networking platform, LinkedIn. Also, individuals really succumbed to it (feeling excessively hopeful) and even applied for the post as well. But, how and why?
Well, first of all, the Sundar Pichai Google CEO job posting thing happened due to a security bug (which was additionally conceded by LinkedIn). This bug let clients post an official-looking employment opportunity on almost any company's LinkedIn page. The bug was uncovered by Dutch spotter Michel Rijnders.
This is the thing that he said to a post on LinkedIn: "Everybody that pays a modest amount of money can post a job on LinkedIn. It's simple. You fill in a couple of subtleties, similar to the business. Furthermore, that is the place the issue is." He further includes, "Everybody can post occupations that are allocated to any business based on their personal preference. For instance, I can post a vacancy at LinkedIn."
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He later demonstrated this by making a shan job opening for LinkedIn's CEO, much the same as Google's CEO Sundar Pichai. What's more regrettable, for a couple of bucks he could even elevate the job to broaden the range. Be that as it may, the shan employment isn't the main issue.
As referenced by Michel in the post, Such shan job opportunities truly can shake the stock market and the stock of a specific brand. A news part that says that an organization is on a post for changing its CEO can make a huge damage to the brand just as its accounts.
LinkedIn has recognized the bug and reacted to the post "Thank you Michel Rijnders for drawing this out into the open," LinkedIn reacted.