The Globe and Mail recently reported on Entrepreneur Elliot Tomaeno’s advice to job seekers that “it’s socially acceptable – and wise – to lie when you are asked in a job interview what you are currently earning. He claimed during one interview that he was making $70,000 when he was actually paid just $45,000 – and secured a $68,000 offer”. That got us thinking… is he right? Can you lie yourself into a job or better pay? Click play for answers from IQ PARTNERS’ Managing Partner, Bruce Powell, and check back next month for our next video.
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