Ceo And Md Of 3 Uk Based Mnc's
May I suggest that in the first instance you write a polite letter to the Head of HR asking for feedback on the verification carried out by the company, as you are not aware of any issues.
Secondly, get confirmation from the educational establishments that you attended, just in case there is something wrong.
Finally, send the confirmations to the company and ask to be re-instated.
I hope the above helps.
25th March 2014 From United Kingdom, Barrow
I already write a polite email to HR but she did not replied to that. I send around 3-4 emails but still did not get any reply. Called on desk but she directly told that I do not want to talk with you, you are terminated now.
They did not send me any termination letter just told orally.
I am trying all the things to convey my issue to HR but they are not responding.
Can you suggest anything else ?
25th March 2014 From India, Mumbai
I am HR practitioner in core areas including Background check verification. I have been in this field for almost a decade. I shared my experience in conducting the background verification in this forum. You may go through my mails if you are interested. I have vetted for and against many candidates for valid substance and actual feedback in the employment and educational history. No responsible HR person in any organisation worth the salt will take termination action against any employees without any valid reason.
This forum will not be able to assist in meaningful way, because no one has a magic stick to know, examine and determine the level of integrity and honesty of any profile or any individual. Please introspect your actual educational background and the details you provided to the company. Some thing would have gone wrong that you may not be able to share in this cite. That's fine. You only know what you are and what is the actual educational background. If you are 100% clean then please write to the company top HR executive and seek an answer or response.
All the best. If you have erred in details or in the educational qualification, please change to the original one with determination that you will not do it again. It is better to come clean at younger age rather than try to cover up ever. World is small and we are connected in way or other.
26th March 2014 From India, Pune
It is unfortunate that your background check failed.
This is something very serious and if you are absolutely sure that your credentials are correct then you can do the following.
Background check companies can always make an error/ HR department can also make an error and even universities who are reporting on verification request can also make an error.
1. Reach out to any reputed background screening company of your choice and get a verification for your own credential.
2. Ask HR to provide you proof of verification since they claim that it has failed. You have right to this information since these is your own credentials as what you claim.
3. If there is a difference in both results and as claimed by you, your credentials are correct then you can go to court and seek relief regarding this issue.
4. If otherwise then remember that their can be criminal charges filed against you as well.
So if you are absolutely sure then you can proceed further as per your best judgement.
26th March 2014 From India, Delhi
Dear if they questioning your educational documents they are not accusing you,Indirectly they are accusing your University.
I would advise you that update your CV and join somewhere else because right now you are working in such condition where you wont be able to perform as well as this situation will be causing tension for you and it can lead you to depression.
Also keep all your follow ups with your HOD and Hr dept. in soft or hard copy as a proof so that you can approach labour court in case they harass you.I would also like to add that it seems they want you to exit the company.If they would have been willing to take your services then they must have suggested you some way out.So its better to leave them now and start your new job with a fresh and determined mind.
Best of Luck !!!!
27th March 2014 From India, Mohali
In closing,wish you all the very best for your better future.
27th March 2014 From India, Mumbai
6th April 2014 From India
Well this case evidently says how bad practice, work style and process the employer have actually because without proper background verification (if they having a "Background Verification System") they must have not offered the appointment letter or hire any candidate.
And if employer really have found anything wrong with the provided educational details/documents by the candidate in any case or anything which failed the authentication, they deserve the rights to take actions against employee by supplying the details to employee/candidate professionally to set an example for others too.
They must have issued you a Termination Letter but they failed to do so and they are wrong at this point.
Second, if you are not wrong at your end (like Mr Rangarajan said, that it is only you who knows about you and your case here) and as they have not issued "Termination Letter" with necessarily details and reasons of it, you must try to obtain the same.
I would suggest you to write another letter to the HR Head/ General Manager with complete details and enclosing the email communication and other you have had, and request them to provide the details of what cause you termination. Also need to mentioned the name of personnel who attended your interview or finalized the all things. (Post it by registered AD)
Note: there is no need to write directly to the CEO or the same rank authority but to the HR Head/ Manager only as they are the right and concerned authority.
And if they failed to reply you, you must file an application to the local/regional Labour Commissioner/ Inspector by sharing all the details and referring the appointment letter offered you by employer by CC to your employer. You can also visit them personally by carrying all the original educational documents and work details.
Lastly, you must not loose hope and your confidence but to move ahead, likes Mr Sachin said above. This was not the only job that you could have and can get many good jobs. But one thing I certainly would say that the actions to take against the employer or to solve your problem suggested above, can be secondary because to get a good job is most important for you now me believe.
6th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
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