Sonali Neve
Hr - Generalist - Mumbai
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Mahipanwar@gmail.com
Human Resource

One of my friends is having good 3 years of experience in HR recruitment role. His problem is that he has worked in a consultancy firm for the 1st year. There he never got any offer/ Appointment letter, salary slip or relieving after resign. So should he mention that experience in his cv or not ??
Although he want to show it but how he would justify it to the concern HR when changing the job.
20th June 2012 From India, New Delhi
Dear Mahipal,
Surely he can show that in his CV..also he has to state the same in interview that he don't have any proofs against that job (may be he can give references).. you will also have to check out whether he received his salary in chq...if yes..that can support as a proof... he can submit his bank statements..I think that should suffice...
Regards,
Sonali - HR
20th June 2012 From India, Pune
Hello Mahipal Singh,
Your friend [or is it you!!??] did a mistake of not getting the relevant docs when he left the First company.
Today we live in a world where everything needs evidence--frankly, we don't exist if we don't have a Birth Certificate & neither are we dead if there's no Death Certificate :-)
Suggest ask him to approach the Company's Head & get the Docs--better late than never I guess.
In case it's not possible--for whatever reasons, then he better NOT SHOW that exp--it's risky for him in the long-run.
And in any case, ask him to NEVER EVER submit any fake docs for this period--he will just mess-up his career.
Just use the reSearch facility in CiteHR to read thru so many postings related to this subject.
Rgds,
TS
20th June 2012 From India, Hyderabad
Hi Sonali,
Thank you very much for the suggestion . But here I have mentioned that he has not got any relieving from there. So how could he give the reference of his boss also all of his colleagues has left the consultancy too ???
He is having the copies of cheques but if this would be justifiable enough after 2-3 years of his service, if yes should he keep those copies always with him to prove his experience . I am truly confused.

20th June 2012 From India, New Delhi
Hi Mahipal,
As per my opinion...he should keep teh xeroxes of his cheques.. i also come from consulting background.. mine was also same case.. i use to take xerox everytime i received chq..and offcourse teh bank statement as well... besides you can provide mobile number of ur boss or founder of the company..since its a small firm.. also as suggested by Tajsateesh..pls. be transparent to your future employer..dnt submit any fake docs.. i think to loose opportunity is always better than to lie..also i wud suggest clear at teh interview level itself that you dnt have any proof for working with XYZ comapany.. kindly go thru other links related to this topic..i just shared my exp..
Regards,
Sonali
20th June 2012 From India, Pune
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