Apparently the TV show “Suits” has a real life version too, and the problem isn’t limited to the legal profession. “Degree mills” are popping up all over the Internet, and they’re becoming increasingly difficult to detect.
With increased mobility of employees around the world, how do you detect the fraudsters while still capturing great candidates with experience, credentials or certifications from outside your familiarity? We would love to hear your strategies.
He dressed like a lawyer, talked like a lawyer and worked as a lawyer, but in reality, 34-year-old Inayat Kassam was a smooth-talking fraudster with a law degree that wasn't worth the paper it was printed on.