Re: Flawed Human Nature and The Resume
@Susan, I think, lying is another form of "a resource grab". For example, if a distribution center says that they have already shipped an order to a store but in reality they are going to begin processing an order the next day, over time, the store waiting for the delivery is just going to think that deliveries normally takes 10 days, when in reality the logistics could work out in 5 days.
Or, an employer could be looking for X years of experience/education onto which they would be willing to allocate training resources, to bring the new hire up to a desired level, for the current job. Lying in the years of experience/education by a prospective might get them into the door, but again, it would be a resources grab on their part and overall, resources would be wasted.