Social care staff in the voluntary sector are an honest bunch, with
just 6 per cent admitting that they have ever lied on their CV when
applying for a job, research by Recruitment Talk’s publisher
Reed Business Information reveals.
Regional managers and department heads are the most likely to have
told untruths on their CV, with social workers and senior social
workers more honest, it finds.
The survey reveals that voluntary sector social care staff are more
honest than those working in construction, human resources,
hospitality, the travel industry and IT.