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There are multiple terms that tell us a criminal charge is a non-conviction. The terms used in any given court jurisdiction around the country can vary while essentially meaning the same thing.

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5/6/2008 Recruitment: Check to Identify Dishonest Applicants

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This reinforces the need for thorough background checks – particularly for positions of trust. Eight in 10 employers (79.1%) were found to conduct background …

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5/6/2008 More People Lie on Resumes to Land Jobs

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Exaggerating one’s experience by changing an old job title on a resume into a more sophisticated one can seem harmless, but it is considered resume fraud.

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