All recruiters do their best to make sure everything candidates tell them is accurate. What about someone who lied to get the job, but ended being one of your company’s top performers?
Consider this scenario: You hire an employee. After a few months, you find out he dropped out of college — even though his resume said he’s graduated.
But in his first few months, he ended up being one of the top performers in his department.
Should he be fired for lying? Or does his value to the company outweigh the discrepancy?
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