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What should my friend do now that she has to provide her payslips after lying about her current salary at a job interview?
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Updated on 17 Sep 2019
Like everyone said, the rounding up is not much of a big deal as the difference is relatively small. However, the bigger concern here is, the fact that we are all willing to provide a copy of a confidential document such as a payslip. Sharing payslips to hiring teams has been a widespread practice, but that doesn't necessarily make it right. You may politely refuse due to code of conduct and confidentiality concerns. You may even challenge the hiring team if they normally allow their employees sharing their payslip (am almost certain they would not want either). So rather than payslip, provide other means of proof like tax computation or salary credit bank statement. The hiring manager may even add integrity points to you for doing that :)
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