resume fraud

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 …

We’ve noticed 4 signs a job candidate will fail the background check and will likely disqualify from your position after we finish our investigation. Deceptive job candidates have something to hide.  Sometimes they have an undisclosed criminal history, a warrant issued decades earlier, a pending case, …

Candidate deception has a gradient scale. Twisted Truth <————————————————————->Fraud On one side of the scale is extreme deception possibly characterized as fraud.  On the lighter version of candidate deception we see a tactic we call Twisted Truth.  “I Was Framed – Twisted Truth” Story 9 …

Job candidates may be using another person’s identity when they apply for work. Sometimes the identity is “loaned” or “sold” and not stolen. “I Was Framed – Already in Prison? (Episode 3) is inspired by a true story behind the scenes at Cluso, a Texas …

The Squeeze

July 16, 2013 // 5 Comments

Candidates will delay paperwork because they are concerned we will figure out their deception.  The deception is likely false identity, criminal records, or a degree not truly received.  This is very similar to when a candidate delays taking the drug test knowing there is illegal …

If you’re generally honest and are not comfortable with inflating your resume, you are in a group getting smaller by the day.  We’ve had two issues with fraud this week alone.  Both are a serious indicator of the path we are on as a global …

Innovative or crazy?  Everyday we are clobbered with the “ugly” problems of our society.  Is there no one to rescue us…or at least lead us on a path of a few real solutions?  It dawned on me during this recent wake-up call of a business competition.  Our …