People aren't always the most truthful in interviews. When you really want to land the job, it can be easy to exaggerate, or stretch the truth a little bit. You're in the hot seat and the pressure is on - you're willing to do whatever it takes to beat out the other job candidates. It's natural, but it's definitely not the best strategy. Yet, it still happens. The thing is, though, interviewers can see right though it. They've heard them all. Here are some of the more common lies that one might tell during an interview.
At one point or another, we’ve all worked with that person who doesn’t have a filter or any real respect for his co-workers or job. That person is the infamous 'Disrespectful Danny.' (Or Darla). You avoid this person at all costs, whenever possible. You have no interest in his antics and would rather not deal with him at all. Related: 7 Signs You Work With A ‘Debbie Downer’ Not sure if you work with one? Here are some of the trademarks of "Disrespectful Danny."