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Posted by IamWaitingg (77) 12 Jan 2018#51

I am in a non-IT field and not aware of the inner workings of the IT industry as it pertains to recruitment with fake resumes. Just out of curiousity if somone gets hired with faking their expereince and skills on a resume, how does that person perform their job ? Wouldn't they be exposed in a matter of days ? How do they continue to survive and thrive?

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It depends on how critical the project is and how tolerant the people in the project are. 99 % of the cases, the project members and manager can easily identify the fake candidates. But whether they want to keep him/her depends on the performance of the candidate in the project.
Some may be smart to learn quick and sustain. Some may be be stupid to get kicked out in couple of months. But again it depends on how the person entered the project. If he/she was referred by someone having influence in the Organization/Project, he/she may stay longer then you expect... :)
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Posted by GREENEAD2009 (75) 12 Jan 2018#52
to gemine:

simple answer..jsut search in google..these days you find everything ..all we need is little commonsense and smartness to survive
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Posted by newToGame (374) 12 Jan 2018#53

I am in a non-IT field and not aware of the inner workings of the IT industry as it pertains to recruitment with fake resumes. Just out of curiousity if somone gets hired with faking their expereince and skills on a resume, how does that person perform their job ? Wouldn't they be exposed in a matter of days ? How do they continue to survive and thrive?

to gemine:



I was as ignorant as you until someone enlightened with the crap that happens in IT consulting business. Few folks pay to pass interview and also to get the eventual job done i.e. gather requirements and give remote desktop access to someone in India or so to get the job done. These are not dumb people, they know how to communicate etc. Of course folks who don't know stuff ad who can't communicate get kicked out much faster and they end up at a different client. In some cases, they pay colleagues (mostly Indians who don't mind extra bucks and who don't mind breaking rules) to get the things done.
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Posted by CppDeveloper (482) 12 Jan 2018#54

simple answer..jsut search in google..these days you find everything ..all we need is little commonsense and smartness to survive

to GREENEAD2009:

Not always true. True for 85% of the projects which WITCHS do. Remaining 15% need experience with real skills, just experience is also not enough.
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Posted by trackit999 (277) 12 Jan 2018#55
to gemine:

It entirely depends on the company/project they're selected to work on. In my earlier projects I saw even dumb people just surviving if it's a maintenance project,etc. In those scenarios if you just use commonsense with basic programming skills you can survive. In my current project, it's pure technology driven development stuff and have seen 3 USCs with genuine experience were fired in the past year. One among was a guy who didn't know how to use git for version control(In interview he told he was an expert in git!!). He screwed up a couple of times that affected the customer releases and he was asked to leave. A person with fake experience can't survive in our team even for a couple of weeks. So such are examples.
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Posted by GREENEAD2009 (75) 12 Jan 2018#56
to newToGame:

i prey on these donkeys,train them every week in weekends on ph and screenshare

make some 4 grand tax free:)
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Posted by EB2I2015 (18) 12 Jan 2018#57
There are tons of these scenarios in the world around us (atleast me). I used to get angry,sad,mad etc, now kind of ignoring as the level of fraudness is beyond my imagination. I see few known to me also tried to get my help (faking/proxy interviews, etc.), distanced myself and keep it clear I will never do that and keep away from me. Can't imagine what level these frauders go.. dont want to stereotype but saw most of them are desis. Let me tell you a incident happend few years back.
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Posted by EB2I2015 (18) 12 Jan 2018#58
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I was shortlisted for a skype interview for a contract position in CA for a reputed company. I dont claim I am Albert Einstein but sort of good in my area of work. The other side of skype was an Indian(Interviewer), asked few questions and one tough one(tough for me). I was kind of thinking about logic, couldn't get any hints, was looking up or down(cant recollect) then suddenly the interviewer asked me - "are you using any tools to find answer?" / "who is there in the room helping you?" (not kidding, just for a fraction of seconds, I thought is there any 'bhooth'(ghost) in the room :-) ) and some Q's similar.
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Posted by EB2I2015 (18) 12 Jan 2018#59
to EB2I2015:

for some reasons, trackitt not allowing me to post my entire comments.. so trying with part by part.. last part is pending.. however, it is not alloing me to type it here..
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Posted by EB2I2015 (18) 12 Jan 2018#60
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anyway, i gave up.. trackitt says my reply is violating terms of use..
anyways, hope u got my point.
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