Important Communication Clarifying our Recruitment Process
We have been informed that fraudulent job offers or communications have been sent via email by persons pretending to work for or act on behalf of CGG. Our logo and/or Company name have been fraudulently used in the exchange of such emails or information.
In the e-mail, prospective employees are told to obtain immigration documents and to make advance payments for immigration costs or any other fees.
To make sure you can distinguish between genuine CGG communications and those being sent fraudulently by people pretending to work for us, please note the following:
- Our email addresses always end in @cgg.com
- As part of our recruitment process:
- No recruitment will be made without a formal interview process and direct contact (including at least one formal face-to-face interview with CGG personnel)
- Candidates are never asked for money transfers or advance payments of any kind, even through agencies, during our recruitment process
- The location of any job position is always communicated to candidates
- All our job opportunities are always posted on our external website: www.CGG.com/careers
If you are in doubt or if you receive these kinds of communication, please treat them as fraudulent and:
- Contact us at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please make sure that your email includes the following items:
- The original email.
- Original subject line – please do not change the original subject line of the email you received.
- Complete headers – email headers contain a detailed record of the specific route that an email takes through the internet when it is sent to you.
- Contact your local police and provide them with all the information you have from the senders (email addresses, phone/fax details, etc.).