Lied on your resume? Small deception could get you fired!

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April 1, 2013

The tough job market is forcing most employees to fudge their job applications as they hide or exaggerate facts, reveals a survey conducted by global consultancy firm Hill & Associates. However, even a small deception could get you fired.

Which are the four most common areas in which candidates exaggerate facts?

April 1, 2013

The tough job market is forcing most employees to fudge their job applications as they hide or exaggerate facts, reveals a survey conducted by global consultancy firm Hill & Associates. However, even a small deception could get you fired.

Which are the four most common areas in which candidates exaggerate facts?

Which are the top three facts that candidates lie about?

Has your organization come across candidates who have misrepresented facts on their resumes or job applications

What is the approximate percentage of candidates in your organisation that has been found to have misrepresented facts to get selected for a job?

In your organization, employment is terminated if the candidate is found guilty on account of…

Does your organization use social media information while screening employees?

At what stage does your organization complete the background check?


Courtesy: ET

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