06-12-2011, 03:34 PM #1
- Join Date
- Mar 2011
Inaccuracies on application before interview
Brothers & Sisters,
Here is my dilemma, about a year ago I applied to a full time career department, submitting which at the time I thought was my 10 year current and previous employment history.
Since then I applied to another department that wanted a complete employment history, so to find that out I had to file paper work to get my entire history statement from the Social Security Administration.
After receiving and reading through my papers from the SSA I realized that I had omitted a few jobs that I had very briefly about 6-7 years ago.
Now the real problem is that yesterday I received a letter from the department that I applied to about a year ago for a scheduled interview in a couple weeks from now. So my questions are what should I do about the employment inaccuracies on the application that I submitted? Do I explain at the interview? Wait until a background questionnaire? Contact Human Resources tomorrow morning? Or something else?
I was never fired and left them on good terms, and was not trying to be deceptive. I just want to know the best way to take care of this.
Thanks in advance for the help and responses.
Stay safe out there.
06-12-2011, 04:22 PM #2
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- Aug 2002
- San Francisco Bay Area
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