One in three Czechs lie in their CV, but the majority of employers never bother to verify the information given, according to the outcome of a study conducted by Screening Solutions. The agency says that one in three Czechs stretch the truth in the amount of work experience they have and the responsibilities they shouldered in their previous positions. Some also lie about their education, providing their would-be-employer with a fake diploma. According to Screening Solutions 55 percent of Czech employers fail to verify the information given and if they make any attempt to get further details they rely on the references provided in the CV.
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