Articles by Sharon Sutila

Deceptive job candidates are not spies but they have something to hide and sometimes spend a good amount of time in intelligence gathering, Reconnaissance (Recon), and Sabotage. Imagine you were a consultant falsely providing a degree on your resume you did not receive, or if you had …

New Security Speaking Topic: “No Funny Business” Identity theft and candidate deception are no laughing matter, right?  For Sharon Sutila, CEO & Founder of Cluso Investigation these issues are commonplace.  Get ready to put your investigation “hat” on and learn from real behind-the-scenes stories on …

      Have you ever thought about confronting the email spammer offering you millions?  We have.  This comic strip depicts the good nature, sometimes naive nature of Americans receiving these email spam scams.  Often I have thought about confronting these foreign spammers.  I’d love …

California State Civil Code protects those with a criminal record making a flight to California potentially advantageous for those with criminal history.  Texans are not yet added to the California Endangered Species List but ex-convicts and others with a criminal history are protected by its …

Job Candidates can be extremely creative.  If you knew you had a criminal record and you were facing a criminal background check, would you try to beat it? This comic strip “I Was Framed – “Beating the Background Check” highlights the length job candidates will go …

Does a minor criminal record indicate a future problem employee? We see over a 1 in 5 criminal case “hit” rate.  Many cases we list on our background check reports are minor misdemeanor offenses.  But just how important are they in the hiring decision?  Should the candidate be disqualified because …

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