I realise many people are unemployed at the moment but I'm interested in how many of you lie on your CVs and to what extent -
Do you fabricate your qualifications?
Do you fabricate your software skills?
Do you fabricate your work history?
Do you fabricate your profile description to match the firms requirements?
Have you ever made an email account, pretended to be someone else and requested a reference from a previous employer to see what they write about you?
If they no longer have you on record have you lied about your job title, responsibilities and salary knowing you wont be caught?
If the business no longer exists have you made stuff up to make yourself an ideal applicant for a position?
Have you ever got a friend or family member to pretend to be a boss so you can write out your own references?
Spill the beans!
Will Mr Right Wing finally confess? Stay tuned lol
As for me no..I don't see the point... too much to remember I have it in my head that if I took a chance and lied on a CV, what if the person interviewing knows more about the qualifications you pretended to have and quizzes you? Like IE -The college, he or she could have attended there? You don't know what can happen Same with job experience ..I feared them finding out one way or another... To sum up I am too chicken to do it lol
I would have trouble making up fake emails for a forum if I wanted multi ID;s, that would put my head astray, trying to remember all the different passwords.. Too much hassle... I stick with two emails, and only one of those I use and never changed ..