HRSBT Roundup: Résumés and Discrimination

The Most Outrageous Lies Caught on Résumés

imageRecently, HRSBT reported that almost half (46%) of workers have claimed they know of someone who has provided false information on a résumé. However, a new survey—released by CareerBuilder—shows that 75% of HR professionals have actually caught a lie on a job applicant’s résumé. The survey also shows that 12% of HR pros are more likely to call a candidate back, based on something outrageous he or she has done to show that the person wants the job.

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Forced Pagan Ritual Ends in Discrimination Lawsuit for Virginia Employer

imageWith a shortage of Catholic priests—and younger priests not looking at the task too favorably—there aren’t too many people left who will perform an exorcism. Whether you believe in demon possession or not, one thing is certain: The task is definitely not something for HR professionals! A recent lawsuit filed in the […]

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