StaffCircle, a leading employee experience platform that connects performance management, engagement, and culture in one unified solution, has conducted innovative research into whether candidates were willing to lie on their CVs in order to secure a new position in 2022. The results were fascinating, but what do employers and HR leaders need to be wary of?
Getting recruitment wrong is very costly for a company of any size.
With more companies than ever offering remote working, positions are open to a much wider geographical location. Finding and attracting top talent is becoming more difficult for many employers. When faced with such fierce competition, the
pressure is on HR leaders to secure the best talent for each role, therefore is it possible they are overlooking inconsistencies in the recruitment process?
The progressive HR study by StaffCircle shows that when it comes to hiring top talent, all may not be as it seems…
Over 62% of those who admitted to previously lying on their CV stated that they’d be more likely to lie for a remote role.
Since the onset of the global pandemic in 2020, many businesses have widened their potential candidate pool by offering flexible remote working options, as well as conducting interviews virtually.
The recent survey from StaffCircle showed a significant number of people were more comfortable lying if the interview was for a remote/online role.
An astounding 53% of people admitted to lying about their previous work experience!
Remote work is on the rise and as such, it has become much easier for candidates to find their dream job with the flexibility of working from home. This means that for many, they are suddenly able to apply for positions that would have previously been off-limits due to location or lack of flexibility around issues like childcare.
With that being said, competition for the most desirable job roles is high and many people surveyed admitted to embellishing their…