Encountering fraud in the hiring process is nothing new. Applicants have always looked for ways to make themselves stand out, even when that meant embellishing their experience or claiming skills they don’t have in the hopes of developing them quickly if they’re offered the job. However, the frequency and sophistication of fraud have increased in recent years – it has roots in the technology used to screen candidates, the advice candidates find online, the prevalence of remote and overseas hires, the current economic climate, and the lack of legal repercussions available for companies who hire these bad actors.
This eBook explores common tactics used by fraudulent IT candidates and provides hiring managers with tips on how to detect and combat them.
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