Jobseekers get away with qualification lies on CV

Almost 100,000 job applicants have lied about qualifications in the past three years and are getting away with it.

Mon, 12 Sep 2016

Almost 100,000 job applicants have lied about qualifications in the past three years and are getting away with it.

According to a new survey, many are getting away with falsifying their qualifications because employers fail to check credentials before offering a contract.

The study from AXELOS, a joint venture between UK government...

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