Nandhaz123 Started The Discussion:
Hi buddies i need a help frm you regarding for background verification at friend who worked in IT firm with 3years bond of 1.45laks/annum & he completed his 3year bond periods and also releived on last month .now he cleared accenture all interview rounds & will going to be undergo background verification.can you tell me the accenture background verification process with respect to this situation?
Hi Alder

As i understand correctly you want to know why is the company collecting your financial statement and what kind of background verification would they do with it.

Form 16 would give the correct info to the company on your current and previous salary.Also if you have mentioned you were making incentives then that should reflect in your form16.

and dont worry they will not go to the IT department to check if you have filed your taxes or not.
That is not the an employers job ,That's the governments job :)

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Hi Buddy,

Here, no one can tell you exact process about any particular company about their verification process but generally they can verify your Employment, Education, Date of Birth, Passport, Pan card, Criminal details to name it a few.
Here's how Background Verification is done as per the guidelines from NASSCOM

Verification - job analysis

Hope this helps!
Why does this MNCs like accenture ,tcs , infosys, tech Mahindra,dell etc., do with form 16 and pan card...................Can they know the details of an previous employer company name just with pan card? Does income tax department allows software companies to know the personals details like how much tax paid and from which company tax deducted etc..................? It is a correct procedure?
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