Dear Ravi Nagaraj,
Have you informed the recent employer of the proceedings ? Yes , this might sound absurd, but there's no way why you should appeal for a rehire.
They had hired you because you meant business. Now that you have resolved their reason, you should appeal for consideration .
Wish you all the best !

From India, Mumbai
Dear Ravi

I congratulate you on taking the bold step.

Few employees have the courage to do so and that is what emboldens such companies to exploit and cause harm to employees and ex-employees. As you can see; your ex-employer has not responded; that is because perhaps this is the FIRST time they have got a taste of their own medicine !!

You have LOST your current job because of your ex-employer's malafide action. This is a FACT. You have got a good lawyer who is able to understand this fact and wants to claim damages for this. You must go ahead and file a case against the concerned HR (who are the proverbial black sheep of this noble profession) and the MD/CEO of that company. The legal notice from their lawyer may not not contain the names/designation, but it has been sent on their BEHALF by the lawyer; and as such they are the concerned/interested parties.

Similar steps by other victims/survivors will force such companies and their inept and inefficient HR's, who only believe in pampering the egos of the company owners; to think several times before unduly harassing employees/ex-employees.

I agree with our Super Moderator Ms. (Cite Contribution)'s comment given above. You should immediately request the current ex-employer for a RE-HIRE alongwith these facts and documents. If necessary; you may also in consultation with your lawyer; submit to them an INDEMNITY BOND so that they are assured that you shall take responsibility for any consequences and keep the Company free of any responsibilities. This may TILT THE SCALES in your favour.

I wish you all the best in this CRUSADE for justice for employees/ex-employees; and request you to keep us posted of the developments.

Warm regards.

From India, Delhi

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