Resume Verification Best Practices That Could Save Your Company
June 20, 2014
If you only knew the truth.
Are your candidates lying to you? Okay, maybe not to your face, but the information candidates provide on their resume may not always be the absolute truth. Whether it’s an unintentional lie, like a minor discrepancy in dates of employment, or a blatant lie like listing that they worked for a company that doesn’t exist— your company can’t afford to hire candidates who inaccurately represent themselves.
Our latest white paper, “Are Your Candidates Lying? Resume Verification Best Practices That Could Save Your Company,” will help you discover tried-and-true verification best practices to protect your organization, your customers, and your reputation in the marketplace.
Not only does this article cover why resume verification is vital for every company’s background screening program, but we also reveal best practices, the real reasons candidates feel the need to lie, and infamous stories of resume lies.
Download Our Article to Learn:
- How liars slip through the cracks — at every level
- How verifying your candidate’s background is a vital safeguard for your company
- What motivates candidates to lie
- Best practices for resume verification