I am facing disciplinary at the lightest form but most likely dismissal from my job for falsifying information during the recruitment process (I didn’t state my correct line manager - I gave someone else). I also didn’t tell either of my managers that I had a second job. In my defence, I didn’t realise that not stating a line manager is considered falsifying information (else i wouldn’t have done it) and I didn’t tell about the second job cos I was preparing to let go of one so didn’t see the need. I know it’s my own fault either way…
To top that up, three years ago, I was caught cheating in my exams (at university) and I know this is on my record for life. My four modules were capped at 40% and the one I cheated in, I was required to resit.
Looking at all this, nothing looks good for me, I look like a dishonest person overrall and is something which I would think of someone if I saw this on their screening check and didn’t know them or why they did what they did. Funnily enough, with all this, I have always been known to be a model employee/student and very talented and have gained promotions along the way because I am good at what I do (minus interviews).
I just wanted to know…
- how will disciplinary affect me in my graduate application (assuming I got offered a job) ?
- how will dismissal affect me in my graduate applications (assuming I got offered a job)?
- Would they withdraw the job offer?
- how easy will it be for me to get any job after all of this on my back?
- Should I just hand in my resignation and just go to avoid dismissal or disciplinary? (This will affect me financially very badly as I have lots to pay and no other support)