In the relentless race for innovation and success, the unsung heroes often are right under a company’s nose—working parents, a demographic brimming with untapped potential, and an arsenal of skills honed in the crucible of multitasking, adaptability, and leadership. From a refined sense of time management to unparalleled problem-solving abilities, working parents are a force to be reckoned with, capable of elevating a company’s culture, creativity, and bottom line.
April Fool’s Day can be fun, thanks to harmless office pranks and the like. What isn’t fun is when employers get fooled into hiring less-than-qualified people, thanks to resume fraud. With more candidates jockeying for interview time, you are likely to come across resumes containing white lies – or even downright fraudulent information. Undetected resume fraud can cost you, your team and even your company down the road. Here are warning signs to watch for so it doesn’t happen on your watch. While many of a candidate’s claims can be verified with background checks, these checks aren’t usually conducted until late in the hiring process, after you have invested time and energy in interviewing the candidate – and your team is most likely invested in their future colleague. Here’s what to look out for so that the joke’s not on you: Continue reading “Don’t Get Fooled by Resume White Lies”