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I have worked with employer A, B and C and finally joining D. Now the company A got closed during recession time. Will it be problem for me during background check in my company D?
Please let me know...

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Hello vkrams,
First, not many companies do BC so far back into the career.
Just get your documentation w.r.t. Company A right--assuming Company D does do BC for every company you worked for.
And make it a point to mention that it is closed down during your interview itself when the situation comes. Even if such a situation doesn't come, make a polite request to mention reg your career history & mention this issue to put it on record. And since you would have your documentation with you, it can be handled.
All the Best.
Yeah, I have my documents of that company and couple of pay slips too. I haven’t joined company "D" but willing to join soon. So it will not be a problem? -VK
Hello vkrams,
You haven't confirmed if you informed Company D that Company A is closed-down.
If you haven't, then do so now--if they are OK with it, you can go ahead. If not, then you can at least stick to Company C until you get another job.
All the Best.
Actually i have worked for company A 5.4 years back for 10 months duration. And I get to know that company got closed recently (10 days back). So i can’t tell them right away -VK
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