The Truth about Lies...
Date: 4/12/2019 3:19:00 PM ( 23 mon ) ... viewed 101 times
In the past year or so, we've heard stories about prominent people being ousted from their positions because of falsified information; either claiming a degree they didn't have, or even previous jobs that weren't really what they were purported to be.
Based on statistics from InfoLink Resources, a firm that specializes in background checks, more than 26% of job applicants screened had disparities in their employment records.
I've personally worked with a handful of clients who attempted to stretch the truth on their resume and admitted it when I challenged them on it. If you need create a resume choose professional cv writing services it's perfect way to write great CV and resume. (As a resume professional, I create career marketing tools, but I don't write fiction). Sad to say, these people had impressive backgrounds with noteworthy achievements, so I was amazed that any of them would even consider embellishing upon the truth or inflating their career history.
Employers are becoming more and more vigilant about conducting thorough background checks, even after candidates are hired. So, if you have the merest thought about misrepresenting yourself to obtain a job, please think twice. If you need to, contact a certified professional resume writer or career coach to find out how to address any areas of concern in your background.
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