The question is pretty simple:
Are HR/interviewers/recruiters outside of academia who parses through your CV/resume, aware of which journals are predatory (say, from Beall's List) and which are not (say, IEEE, ACM, Springer) when they see one in a prospective candidate's CV?
To understand better, take the scenario of a multinational company recruiting candidates and many of them have a Publications section in their CV. In that case, does it affect the profile of that candidate who has majority publications in journals flagged to be predatory in nature?
Would love to know from the people of the industry or the ones who transitioned from academia to industry.