NOTICE TO CANDIDATES: RECRUITMENT FRAUD ALERT
G1 Therapeutics, Inc. (“G1”) has been made aware of fraudulent activities in connection with our recruitment process. Please read this entire notice and continue to protect your personal information.
THE JOB SCAM
Unauthorized career opportunities are being offered by individuals posing as G1 representatives, with what appear to be genuine job offers from G1 via email. These offers are fraudulent. The fictitious jobs are advertised on employment-search websites or may be offered to candidates that have posted their resumes on job search websites. As part of these phishing scams, prospective employees may be asked to share their personal and financial information, provide copies of their government-issued identification, send bank account information for direct deposit purposes, and/or sign an “employment agreement” setting forth various job details, among other methods to gain your personal information. It is your responsibility to safeguard your personal information. For more information about this type of fraud, see the Federal Trade Commission’s website (https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/job-scams).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR JOB SEEKERS:
- G1 requires you to apply through JazzHR before you are considered for a role.
- G1 does not require completion of tax forms, bank account or credit card information as part of the recruiting process – this occurs online through our branded HRIS system.
- G1 will never request money for the opportunity to apply to or work for G1 and we will not mail you a check for supplies in anticipation of your work.
- G1 does not send emails from addresses ending in @gmail, @yahoo, or other platforms offering free accounts.
- G1 has a formal application process that will always include at least one in-person interview with a G1 representative at our physical office.
- If you are unsure if a message is from G1, please contact us at HR@G1therapeutics.com.
If you believe you have been the victim of a crime related to one of these scams, please report the matter to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center for an investigation (www.ic3.gov) as well as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov). If you have received a phishing email from an individual using a gmail or similar e-mail address, please report the phishing email to the email provider in accordance with the email provider’s procedures.