Recruitment Fraud Disclaimer

Recently, we have been made aware of certain unauthorized individuals falsely presenting themselves as Silicon Labs recruiters as part of online scams or phishing attempts. In some instances, the person may also ask unsuspecting victims to pay a fee to submit an application, pay for equipment, or otherwise share bank account information.

Silicon Labs will never request financial or sensitive information such as your bank account information, social security number, or other non-publicly available information during the application and interview process. Silicon Labs will never ask you to receive and ship packages or goods as part of the interview. If someone asks you for sensitive information, we strongly advise that you assume that individual is not affiliated with Silicon Labs.

Some things to be alert for:

  • Contact initiated via unsolicited text message or cold call. Silicon Labs does not follow up with candidates through instant messaging applications.
  • Slightly altered or unprofessional email addresses. Our Talent Acquisition team only corresponds from email addresses with the domain ‘’. However, scammers may display the sent email domain address as “” fraudulently. If a generic email ID ending with Gmail/Yahoo domain is copied while receiving a job offer or interview call, please be alert on the likelihood of a scammer.
  • Vague job requirements or job descriptions. Most of our open job opportunities and descriptions are posted on Silicon Labs’ Job Openings page.

Please exercise caution. If something feels off about your interactions, we encourage you to suspend or cease communications.

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has published helpful articles to help individuals learn more about protecting themselves from recruiting scams and financial fraud. If you believe you were a victim of such a scam, you may contact your local law enforcement agencies. Silicon Labs is not responsible for any claims, losses, damages, or expenses resulting from scammers.

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