From "hsumit" : Hello Seniors, certificate.
19th April 2009 From India, Nagpur

Sumit Dear, This is common sense.. You must submit all copies for varification to employer what bother you in this? Rashid
19th April 2009 From Saudi Arabia
DO not forged any documents, as the verification process has become very strict and if you get yourself into any kind of false documentation it will create a black mark on your profile.
If you have all the documents valid and genuine you wouldn't have this question on your minds..
Here is some inside news of a verification companies just be aware of this , all the verification / back ground check companies do have a saved database of blacklisted candidates, and many tier one or two companies hire big background check companies.
Be wise and submit all the genuine documents.
20th April 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi..... I am working in a stock broking company.... Small one but sucessful.. Im the only hr person here. They want to expand to a corporate by hiring and other things.
What documents should i now collect from them so thati have true and correct info from the people who get selected
17th June 2009 From India, Mumbai

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