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I am a Fresher and I had no job after completing my so I decided to work at HCL technologies ltd BPO serve as TSO for part time.
HCL BPO ask employees to work for atleast 6 months to get a experience letter. But after 3 months I got placed in accenture which is also a registered member of NSR.
I left HCL before 6 months without any notice and got absconded (that's what all freshers do,otherwise they hcl ask for 50k.No such bond was signed).
SO will there be any issue when I join accenture?
In my NSR profile my current employee is still mentioned as HCL BPO server(not verified). I am joining accenture as a Associate s/w engg , so will there be any issues with background check? Lots of freshers leave hcl every month without notice but I haven't herd a any case of issue when they join other companies. So should I be worried about giving my ITPIN to accenture after joining?

Well, as you have not completed the probation and left the HCL in just three months then you do not need to serve the notice period.
Also, as concern as background check, hhave you mentioned your current profile in your CV then you have to clerify the things to HR if you don't have the relieving letter.

No I have not mentioned anything about this in my CV. BPO experience doesn’t count in a technical s/w engg job. I logged into my NSR profile and removed HCL as current employer.
hi... i too got selected in hcl... i signed my appointment letter...but they askd me to come for training frm july 28... i unable to go for it due to some personal issues...if i abscond from dat company will i face any problem? pls help me i am confused
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