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Hi, I am working with an MNC where I play all possible roles in my project. Support analyst, Developer for small enhancements and Testing as well. Now after completing 4 yrs in the company, I want to switch and move to QA role as I am very much interested to pursue my career in that, so I have portrayed as I majorly worked on QA. (I am very strong in QA though I have not completely worked on QA). Now I am likely to get an offer from a well known company as I have cleared all QA technical rounds.. Now my fear is that during background verification, will my new employer be checking the kind of role or he will just verify my existence in the company, my dates of employment, my designation ( I am currently a Sr.Software Engineer)?? what would be the checks done... If I have been marked as negative by verifying the roles I have played, would that be a problem for me with my current employer and finding other jobs??? Please advise.. Can I tell the truth to the new organization - they will de
22nd April 2013 From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. Narenblues,

You haven't complete your post yet. Although from the above condition I understand your perplexity on the account of comoany's BGV. Being a potential job applicant (selcted for a specific role) any employer will do BG checks as imposed.

Educational & Employment corroboration are proirity in nature.

- They involve direct checks on employmnet history concerning to their aspects decided. May it be Position wise, Salary-wise, Tenure-wise etc.,

- Most employers take the "Third Party Services" for employment screening professionally (for much integrated outcome/accurate results). These entities do numerous BGV's.

- Rest imply on NASSCOM database management, if the client requires to know your exact work profile (in case your enrolled in such database) earlier by the x-companies worked.

I see that you have done a massive role-keeping & I identify it to be affirmative in-terms of your employement. You need to understand, the employer selected you as a potential candidate as I'm sure he would forsee the part of work that you've contributed unless of any wide-of-the-mark by you.

All the Best...!
22nd April 2013 From India, Visakhapatnam
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