What do you do in instances of communications hijacking? How can you ensure that you are actually communicating with the person you think you are communicating with?
A series of occasional posts showing extracts from what we believe to be fraudulent resumes and some hints on how to recognize resume fraud.
I wasn’t asking about Python data structures because I needed to know. I was asking because I needed to know if THE CANDIDATE knew!
We’ve had to be more flexible and understanding with resume anomalies this past year, but there are some things that still don’t fly.
Does a major grocery chain employ data scientists doing genetic testing? Or is this another case of resume fraud?
Apparently, some candidates are not clear on which company they actually work for…
Not to be dramatic but… if you haven’t done the work, DO NOT PUT IT ON YOUR RESUME!
For those who think there’s a lot of fraud in resumes today…
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- Humans vs. Robots vs. Robots vs. Humans: Part 2 (Cybersecurity, AI, and Human Rights)May 24, 2021 - 12:05 pm
- Communications Hijacking!April 23, 2021 - 12:17 pm
- I’m not asking you this Python interview question because I want to know. I’m asking because I want to know if YOU know!April 14, 2021 - 10:38 am