How Not to Get a Job: Lie on Your Resume

5 November 2007 at 6:50AM Leave a comment

As I noted earlier, I’ve caught about 20 people who have falsified their credentials or degrees on their resume. Microsoft Recruiter Jim Stroud has had a similar experience. ON his blog, he details “Six people who were caught lying on their resumes“.

At least George O’Leary was honest when he got caught, saying, “In seeking employment, I prepared a résumé that contained inaccuracies…”

The problem is, many people do it, and so few get caught.

HT: My buddy Art Romero at the CheckMate blog.

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Entry filed under: NotJobs, Resumes.

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Troy Bettinger, SPHR is a Denver Recruiter, Public Speaker, HR Metrics Analyst and Human Resources Leader who has been recruiting in corporate and municipal environments since 1991.

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