By Julio Vasquez, Marketing —
Would it be important for an organization to find out if potential employees are lying on their resumes? When an organization hires new personnel, they believe that those individuals can give their company a competitive advantage in their line of business, because of the experience and skills they might possess.
Lying on Your Resume
The truth is that some people lie on their resumes. They do it probably thinking that such lies will give them a better opportunity to land the job they desire. They want to stand out, but if hired will they be able to deliver the expected results? Will they continue to lie about more things once on the job?
Hiring Honest Employees
These are questions that most organizations would prefer to have answered before hiring. If lucky, deceptive candidates will be caught during the hiring process if caught in an obvious lie. However, studies show that most hiring managers are about 54 percent accurate at detection deception during an interview.What can organizations do to hire individuals that can be trusted?
Screen Applicants Before an Interview
Organizations now have the opportunity to screen applicants even before the interview by using EyeDetect or IntegrityDetect. Both solutions developed by Converus, can help law enforcement agencies and private institutions to effectively uncover lies, and to determine if a future employee is someone that can fit the culture, and someone you can trust with sensitive information.