Dear Friends, How can HR/Employer can deal with Fraud Resumes or employee Is their any law or policy for this Can we take any legal action against them?? Regards, Swati
From India, Mumbai
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From India, Coimbatore
meesha.punn
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HR Manager

Dear Swati,

You can prevent resume frauds from affecting you in the first place. Past employment verification is a perfect solution to deter CV frauds. It is a process wherein work history of your potential employee is verified by his/her former employer(s). Verification reports directly coming from the former employer(s) of your prospective employee can help you find out that the past employment details provided by the candidate are genuine or not.

A large number of online past employment tools are available that automate and accelerate the process, delivering quick and accurate results. One such tool is Verified Resources. It asks for factual details related to candidate's work history and delivers rapid, precise results. You can get your candidate's work history verified anytime, from anywhere, and make right hiring decisions. The best part is that you don't need to hire a third party agency since the entire process is automated.

Verified Resources is a great solution to prevent resume fraud, while saving your time, money, and resources. You can try using it and I'm sure you will be on your way to make right hiring decisions.

Here is the link of Verified Resources : www (dot) verified resources (dot) com.

Thanks

Meesha

From India, Chandigarh
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