How to identify a lie during the interview

The biggest challenge when applying for work - to determine candidate says the truth or lying. In an effort to find a good job every man, of course, try to present yourself to potential employers as possible in a more favourable light. Almost every candidate is trying to advertise itself in such way as an employer  wants, that is, to endow itself  such qualities which are most important to the work for which he settles down.

This desire to please a potential employer entail such consequences as "embellishment" of their professional skills and qualities, or at all,  outright lie. Lied during the interview almost everyone, so for HR managers is often very difficult to avoid mistakes in choosing a worthy candidate.

Scientists say that a person is lying to an average of 100 times a day. For help in identifying the true state of things it is possible to appeal to ordinary observation, but in more complex cases - to the technique, such as a lie detector. After all, any lie - it is an expression of fear of man. If he has something to hide, then, in response to unsolicited questions, he is always worried and afraid that the truth will be opened. At this liar could be catched.

Interesting fact:

In ancient times, to determine if speaks the truth a person or not , used rice flour, which tends to cause dry mouth. The audit was conducted at the following scenario: a suspect in a lie during an interrogation held in the mouth  the rice flour and then spit it. If the meal remained dry, then interviewee lied when wet - he was telling the truth. This method is based on knowledge of physiology, when a man is worried, his   saliva stops and his mouth dries .

Psychologists say that a person who is going to lie, necessarily spend some time on it, even very small. An honest man, by virtue of the fact that he says what he really thinks, can answer the question just as soon as he was asked. But the one who lies,  needs some time to "construct" a false answer in his head, or at least remember it if it was procured in advance. Thus, if into the answer  a question from a candidate came a pause, even if very small, then most likely he's lying, or embellish, thinking about how better to say, and how not to say too much.

Evasive answers also must alert the manager at the interview. If a person tries to get away from the answer or answers, "vague" and uncertain, it is likely to signal that he is lying or distorting reality.

It is also suspicious for a manager to appear too sharp and confident answers to the questions,  "learned" by heart. This should tell him that the candidate has prepared a response and rehearsed in advance, ie, the percentage of lies it is still present. Too "pretty" picture described by the candidate in question is likely to be a lie.

Another interesting observation of psychologists was that those who are trying to  correspond the supposed place at the interview, usually respond to questions by entire speeches, their answers are very detailed and wide. But those who lie, can not talk so detailed and beautiful when answer the questions.

It is possible to select external and internal signs in the conduct of candidate, which will show to manager on the selection of personnel if tell him lie on interview  or not.