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Wipro fires employees for faking CVs

 
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Kj Reddy wrote:
Case against consultancies who are giving fake certificates. There are few consultancies who will give experience certificates. They are just one room shop and tell that they are IT staffing and development company. They will give(sell) experience certificates and take care if there is any back ground check saying the person was worked with them. Police complain about this type of consultancies.



How do they take care of background checks ?
 
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udaya bhanu wrote:this certainly is not a new phenomenon and not that it happens only in India. There are many cases of resume doctoring in US.

It is just a matter of convenience. When it suits the companies they recruit the same people with both arms wide open, and again when they feel like shedding some weight for one reason or the other, they just pick up some poor guys and sack them giving these excuses.

If you feel companies were not aware of these thing earlier, you are too naive.

And if we come down to discuss ethics, blah blah blah ... the world is/ was never a just place ... people create rules as and when it suits them ....
these very companies also many a times resort to unethical means to earn money ....



I agree with you. The interviewers at big companies are usually smart and experienced people. They can spot fakes from a mile away, so to speak. But they only do that when it is convenient for them.
 
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udaya bhanu wrote:
If you socio-economic background of criminals/ legal-offenders, you would see most often they come from lower strata of the society and economically downtrodden. If you expand the same and take a larger view .India is still poorer among the nations ..
But dont forget that the scenario was different few centuries ago
If you go back in history, when India was prosperous you can see in the travelogues of foreign travelers, how highly they held the ethics of Indian people.



The rich are equally corrupted if not more. At least, the poor do it because they never got a fair chance in society. History is good, but look at us now. That is our reality. I doubt if we will ever change.
 
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