Are Your Job Candidates Lying? Complimentary Webinar
July 14, 2014
Last month, we had a lively panel discussion on how to combat resume fraud through effective employment background screening techniques featuring experts from EmployeeScreenIQ as well as Karen Jones from the “Taj Majal” of all grocery chains, Wegmans (if you’ve ever been to one you know what I’m talking about) and employment verification guru, Craig Caddell.
The presentation, “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: An Employer’s Guide to Effective Resume Verification,” was attended by more than 450 human resources professionals and includes a great Q & A at the end.
If you question the whether your candidates are giving you the whole truth and nothing but the truth about their past employment experience and education history, then this webinar is for you. And best of all, it’s free. You don’t even have to register.
Here’s a sneak peek about what you’ll learn.
Is that resume in your hand the real deal? Or is it peppered with white lies – or even more serious inaccuracies such as falsified academic credentials or a fabricated work history?
To ensure your Mr. or Ms. Perfect isn’t really a Pinocchio in disguise, watch our recently-released webinar, “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: An Employer’s Guide to Effective Resume Verification,” a complimentary webinar from EmployeeScreenIQ.
Our lie-busting panel of experts includes our own Nick Fishman and Jason Morris, and special guests, Craig Caddell, vice president of Reference Pro and Karen Jones, CPP, senior analyst with Wegman’s.
This Webinar Addresses:
- How liars slip through the cracks—even at the highest levels
- Why it’s absolutely critical to confirm candidate qualifications
- The right way to verify information from resumes and references
- The most notorious diploma mills and why they continue to flourish
- If and how to confront a candidate who has lied