Potential candidates are going above and beyond to bend the truth when it comes to their job applications. The most common lie told on job applications relate to employment history. Candidates are manipulating their employment documents, meaning that these individuals have listed a false reference or are dishonest about the position, tenure or company that they have provided as their work experience.
There are thousands of unaccredited universities and several hundred counterfeit diploma websites that provide fraudulent documents to candidates. Websites such as nd-center.com offer to create fake college degrees, diplomas, and transcripts for a reasonable price. There are several verification searches are available to protect your business including:
1. Employment verification’s contain dates of employment,last position held and eligibility to rehire.
2. DOT employment verification’s contain the driver’s vehicle type, reason for leaving, safety performance history, and DOT regulated drug & alcohol testing records.
3. Education verification’s include dates of attendance, degree, major or program and graduation date.
4. Professional reference verification’s check for reference’s relationship with the applicant, length of time known, and joint work experience and overall character of the applicant.
5. Professional license verification’s are used to verify a variety of government-issued licenses pertaining to nurses, doctors, lawyers, pharmacists, insurance agents, accountants and reports confirm with the state or federal or federal issuing authority of the applicant’s licence, certification or credentials, the date of issue, expiration date and status.
If a candidate is going to lengths to manipulate or create fake documents, what else are they going to lie about during the course of employment.