Is faking resume a crime?
Lying on a resume, cover letter, or job application isn’t technically illegal. These forms aren’t legal documents, so usually you can’t get prosecuted for lying on them. However, if you falsify documents that “back up” claims of educational history, for example, that could be grounds for trouble with the law.
Can I put my mom as a reference?
Hiring managers generally assume your parents can’t give an objective view of your work history or how you’ll behave as an employee, so don’t put them down as references. “We are interested in your prior work experience, work ethic and your moral character. Your family’s opinion will always be biased.”
Can I put my friend as a reference?
Friends… but only if they’re a professional reference Most of the time, leave your friends off your list of references. There are two occasions when using a friend as your reference is acceptable: They’re currently employed at the business to which you’re applying. They were your supervisor.
Can I use my boss as a reference?
It is perfectly acceptable to list them as your references instead, as they can speak about your transferable skills, the ones that are most related to the development jobs you will be pursuing. Selecting references takes care, planning, and communication.
Can I put my current boss as a reference?
Most employers will ask for references later in the interview process – after they have decided you are worth considering further. However, sometimes employers do ask for references in their job posting. If so, it is fine to omit your current employer.