35-45-year olds fudge CVs the most; vague univ certificates, forged documents common frauds

According to data from background verification firm Authbridge, from 1,400 firms they work with, candidates between 35 and 45 years have the highest percentage of misinformation in their resumes. The top issue on fraudulent information, according to the company’s Annual Trend Report 2019 for Employee Background Screening, relates to employment tenure, qualification verification, address verification, reference check and identity verification. The trend, however, isn’t new, according to AuthBridge CEO and Founder Ajay Trehan, who said global companies following international regulations have always had strong screening processes, but only now are beginning to understand the cost and reputational risk of not conducting employee background verification.

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