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[INFOGRAPHIC] Dishonesty on Resumes


Robby

It’s time for another discussion about how much people tell the truth on their resumes. Are they being honest, stretching the facts, or worse? An infographic provides a roundup of some key stats.

We received this from a contact at BackgroundChecks.com. It’s pretty long. So when you finish scrolling, keep reading and there’s going to be some more commentary.

Dishonesty on Resumes
© BackgroundChecks.com

Some of the data on this infographic is hard to believe. It says that half of all employers indicate they would dismiss a candidate if they caught a lie, but at the same time a quarter of candidates are lying about where they used to work. It also claims that men tell six lies a day and women tell three. But are they really being honest when they take the survey?

We’ve also blogged about the fact that everyone lies in the job search process, both candidates and employers. Dishonesty is part of life. The question is what to do about it.

Calling people out on their lies is an option, but it can be confrontational. Admitting that you did something wrong can make you feel vulnerable. So the best idea may be just to share this article and start a conversation. After all, everybody lies a little. Why not talk about it?

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About the Blogger:

Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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