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Verifying a Job Applicant's Factual Credentials

Verifying a Job Applicant's Factual Credentials

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by Laura Sachs, B.A.
Nearly one-third of all job applicants may make unjustified claims, exaggerate, omit important information, or lie in their resumes, employment applications, or interviews. Checking credentials before you hire is the best way to protect your staff and patients and to save time, money, and effort. In this article, the author identifies the most common job application lies and pinpoints the three most common resume/application red flags.