Wednesday 18 April 2018

The lie only prevails until the truth is reached

               We all know that the Curriculum Vitae is considered the gateway to the labor market and given the high rate of unemployment that has been proven today, the desperation of people to get a job can often lead to invent relevant data to ensure the vacancy in a certain job.

               However, it is important to keep in mind that any lie can be discovered, as the well-known popular expression says: "lies have short legs", therefore, as tempting as lying might seem, it is best to avoid using it. Sooner or later it will be unveiled and the results can be devastating.

              There are innumerable consequences associated with lying in a CV, such as the cancellation of an employment contract, although in the most serious cases they can even give rise to the prison sentence, as many cases reported in the social communication. Today seems to be "fashionable" lying in relation to academic titles by politicians, those who should convey the example to be representing our country, but what all indicates are the most gain to access to the highest positions.

          The truth is that despite all the money that can be earned, after discovering a lie what can be lost the most is dignity, something that should be quite important at the moment in which it is decided to resort to this type of falsehood to ennoble our life trajectory. There is nothing more important than the truth and nothing more gratifying than to achieve something by own merit and without resorting to farces and inventions.

           A quiet conscience should always be the key element when you are in an employment interview, because whatever the final outcome, the person can be sure that not having "embellished" his CV, no legal consequence will be assigned to him the future.

             When it is our future that is at stake it is always safer to do things correctly, so it is better to invest in a real curriculum vitae and acquire truly important knowledge, than to invent information that can seriously harm us later.

¡ Better job in hand than a hundred flying!

Sindia Alves and A. Oliver
Anthropologist and Private Investigator
of Oliver Detectives


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