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August 04, 2009


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John of Online Resume Builder

"Implications for organisations: Do not take for granted that information provided by job applicants is always correct and accurate."

A mentor of mine before once told me that one-on-one interview will never replace any screening process for candidates. Because this dilemma of dishonesty will always happen in a certain number of job seekers.

Rachel | Resume Builder

That’s true. Accuracy in every aspect of C.V is essential whether it will be an academic qualifications or career details because false details will never give a long term success.

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