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It has come to our attention that individuals have been misrepresenting Ciena employees and making fraudulent job offers for fictitious positions with our company. Unfortunately, there is no practical method for Ciena to stop this activity by unauthorized third parties. However, it is our goal to help prevent individuals from falling victim to these fraudulent activities.
In these situations, people are generally contacted online through various methods of digital communication, which appear to be legitimately using the Ciena name, logo, email addresses, etc. These interactions often occur via instant messenger platforms (ex. Facebook Messenger) and involve the scammers requesting personal details, financial information and payments in order to proceed with the hiring process.
To be clear, Ciena will never ask for this type of information or payment as part of our employment practices. And before ever extending an offer of employment, our interaction with prospective employees will always include an interview either in-person, via video conference or a live phone call.
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