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CV Expose Lies In Employment

Posted by Toni on 18th November and posted in Uncategorized

Objective: To evaluate the new management contract polygraph His heart sank when he saw his boss from his current company walk into the interview room with your new potential employer. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of FASEB Journal on most websites. In an instant, knew all the exaggerations on his resume. All the excitement of a new and better-paid position vanished. That meeting ended quickly with an exchange of courtesies and a rejection rate. The interviewer went to his office frustrated by the amount of time and effort invested in this candidate. She had been very excited about his strong resume and test results and happier still that the exhausting search process was almost over. At the same time, was glad to know now about their weaknesses.

No doubt your company would have cost much more time, money and frustration if she had hired. 70% of CV can not be trusted Research shows that 70% of resumes on his desk right now contain lies and exaggerations. And not just for the sale or use of middle management. An executive search firm reported that after reviewing thousands of pages of three lies were the number of years in a position, personal achievements, and the size of organizations have achieved. Look at the people who have already hired your staff. I'm not suggesting distrust them, but that same 70% applies to resumes that looked last year also. No wonder that the 80/20 rule is in effect on your business and your team. Despite all the evidence, analysis, interviews, screening, background checks and gut feel, you still want someone more effective in 80% of the positions of your company.

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