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LinuxKar
Hi sateesh,
It is a small startup company.i worked there for 16 months.I called the manager and he informed like management told him not to respond any of background verification mails/calls of mine.Third party has sent many remainder emails but no response.

From India, Chennai
jkct15
184

Hi
If you have proper Appointment/relieving letter and evidence pretaining to salary, you need not bother about it, till your current employer seeks your intervention. Its the third party's duty to get the information and furnish it to your employer. It will not make much difference nor affect you directly.
If in case if you have created any choas, then certainly its a problem. If nothing is there, you need to worry about anything and it will be taken by the third party and they cant say that company is not responding because of business prospect. They will somehow get it and close your basckground verification.


LinuxKar
Hi,
I have proper appointment letter/relieving letter pay slip everything.
for current company (MNC) they gave details about me..But for future company they are not giving.( it is also an MNC)
I worked in 3 companies .IN that 2nd is a startup company and 3rd is mnc currently am working.
my question is Third party will consider my 3rd company verification or will they try to get the details from 2nd company also.

From India, Chennai
Reena Thakur
14

Hi,
Process depends from company to company if they want emplyment verification for current company or lst 2 componies or all of previous employement. BV vendors are very clearly informed about same.
If third party agency is giving reminders over mail only, you can provide them concern person's name and contact number to complete the verification verbally and send the verification remarks as confirmation mail to the concern person.
There is no harm to you if you have all the relevant documents and your performance/behaviour was good enough.
Regards,
Reena Thakur

From India, Delhi
Anonymous
8

Some companies do have a policy of not giving any feedback for such calls. Since they believe that the process undermines the credibility of the employee. Secondly they will not even spell out an opinion, since they believe that merit is an opinion. Though IT companies are very open about providing background information on any verification sought and this process is very much prevalent in almost all IT companies and also companies located in IT hubs such as Hyderabad, Bangalore, Gurgaon and major cities, since some HR practices of IT companies do rub off on them. This does become a challenge when a company has a policy of not responding to background verification.

I used to work for a fortune 500 Multinational in its global headquarters in HR. The company neither wanted a reference nor was willing to part with any former employees details and it was a strict policy not to talk about a departed employee to anyone. It was surprising for me. But, I did realise some companies do have such a policy. Under such circumstances, there is nothing much one can do. I would suggest to inform your HR that your past company has such a policy of not entertaining background verification. In any case the onus lies on your HR to obtain the verification and not on you. So why bother.

From Indonesia, Jakarta
LinuxKar
Hi ,
My previous company asked for the bank statement.How third parties will verify the bank statement.we all know that bank will not share customer information to any one unless if there is a court order.
therefore how companies will verify the statement.

From India, Chennai
LinuxKar
My future company asked for the bank statement.How third parties will verify the bank statement.we all know that bank will not share customer information to any one unless if there is a court order.
therefore how companies will verify the statement

From India, Chennai
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