Hi all,
For the past 1 year, I have been trying for job in SAP as a fresher, but no calls,no interviews.I know showing fake experience is unethical, but i dont have any alternative.After showing fake experience now iam getting calls,but still i feel guilty.Friends i have some questions.
1. If suppose i tell the truth in interview that i have shown fake experience,what would be the interviewer's reaction? Will accepting the fake go negative against me?
2.Whether i should accept the fake in technical round itself? (or) Maintain the fake,prove myself strong in technical round &then accept the fake in HR round?
3.Some of my friends(who have shown fake and well settled in MNC's ) are telling that during interview u should never accept as fake i.e., u should act confidently as a real experienced guy.Even if the interviewer come to know that u r a fake guy, but seeing ur confidence level ,he/she will select u ? Is it true?
Friends, particularly interviewer's , HR's please give me ur valuabe solutions.Other's suggestions are also welcome.

From India, Bangalore
Dear Senthil,
My frank advice would be – No! Please do not commit such blunder of faking resumes. It’s the widespread disease against which we all have to jointly fight. Faking in resume will not make you qualified either!!

There would be always potential risk of embarrassment... CV lies are not just worth it. When you submit your c.v and interviews are conducted, the employers believe your c.v to be true and imagine their reaction which would be more than shock when they realize that it was unreal. It’s unnecessary wastage of employer’s time and efforts.

Best way would be getting your expert friend’s help or help from experts in C.V writing. Get your C.V designed by them. Highlight your skills and potentials in right manner and I'm sure you will succeed.
Do not do anything just because you see all others doing it.

Really appreciate that you do feel guilty at the wrongdoing - you realize it is something which in unethical.

All the best in your job search.

Take care

From India, Vadodara
Dear Senthil,
Risk level is high if the company has a process of reference check and companies take prompt action on people who found to be given a false information or the forged documents.
This may affect your caree even after few years.
Rather be patient and get an offer for which you deserve.

From India, Madras
once again my $0.02 cents on the topic at hand....
why not ,? you'd ask ...
i'd say only one thing in conjunction to sgurwe03's movie dialogue
Take care, live life and if you dont get a job may be its because you are looking in the wrong places or the wrong time. - personal experience.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Senthil,
I also sap hr fresher and im not getting any calls. but when i updated my resume with 3+ exp im getting somany calls. so dont worry and attentend the interviews with cool mind.every one will say dont put fake, bcoz they r well settled in life.so my suggestion is go head with ur fake exp if u r really having that stuff.those companies also know that these r fake guys but the thing they look is,he is having stuff in subject or not. if u hav any doubts call me or mail be 09221916822.
See dont waste ur life. life is so valuable. we can do it any thing,just go head.be happy i am here.

From India, Mumbai
hi Senthi,
if u put the Fake experience , intially it was good, u can clear the Rounds, but coming to the work environment u have to face a lot of Problems,
no one can help u , bcoz u have Exp,
if u go as a fresher then they will provide a Training & Every thing ,

From India, Hyderabad

Wat crap..
Any company that is worth it, would always have a strong reference check mechanism. If U want to join a computer teaching institute in some village, then maybe faking Might help, but that's as far as it goes. In some organisations I know for a fact that they check even the previous than the last employment.
Why take a risk of being blacklisted from a good company. HR is a small and well connected community, and such stupid incidents are laughed at...

From India, Pune
Dear I agree with Salini. You might be come in trouble. it is better to do hard work and try, you will definitely get the proper job. All the best for your job hunting.
From United States, Los Angeles

Honesty is the best policy. If you lie once it is enough to get you into a quagmire that will end your career. May I suggest you rewrite your CV to show your achievements or if you find it difficult to do so please invest in getting a professional to write your CV.
Lying about your qualification and/or experience is NOT the way to get a job.Besides that what on earth makes you think that confessing at the interview will land you the position? Good grief! Its quite the contrary. wake up and realise that dishonesty will get you nowhere.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dear Senthil,
As many sane people who replied to your post have indicated, do NOT hurt your long term career with false information. You seem to be a person with a conscience, which is very commendable. It also indicates that you will be troubled more in any job that you get with such information. Unlike the person who has encouraged you to falsify your resume, many of us have struggled a lot to get the first job, so we are suggesting what we have practiced.

From India, Jaipur

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