If you were fired for theft and interviewer asks why you were fired how do you answer that?
In a case like this, you should probably omit the truth without lying (if that makes sense). In other words, you should tell the interviewer that you were let go for dishonesty but are working towards it now and then explain what you are doing to work towards this. It is your right not to give details about the situation but be aware that they may check with the previous employer.
And if I find that you did not honestly tell me about being fired for THEFT, not mere vague dishonesty, I will never hire you.
A background check normally only checks your criminal record; if nothing was ever done in the legal system such as charges laid, convictions or trials, then no, it won't show up. However, if the person wanting the check also wants a reference from the employer who fired you for theft and/or asks why you were fired from that job, they will find out what happened.
If you told a interviewer that you were laid off instead of fired during an interview would they be able to find out?
How should you respond when an interviewer asks what your salary expectations are before an actual interview?
Some Similarities of the interviewer and interviewee is that both view each other as strangers. Even if the interviewer has the written data sheet of the interviwee, it is not sure that the data is correct and accurate. Another would be that they are both in need of something. The interviewer, in need of a new employee and the interviewee in need of a job. Some differences would be the position. The interviewer would be…
Great question. Sometimes an interviewer will ask you earlier in an interviewer how you describe yourself and then later asks you how others describe you --this is a great way to see where the similiarities and differences are. Go back to the people who'll be your references and ask them what they see as your personal and work related strengths and weaknesses. This type of question is showing the interviewer that you are aware of…