Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Nashbramhall
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
RAMAKANT R
Accounts Manager
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Thread Started by #mydreamw

Hello,
I will be joining new employer in few days. I have got all the documents from the current employer. Now while submitting documents to the new employer, should i submit the color photocopy of the original or normal B/w photocopy would be enough? The Color photocopies would look exactly like original so will there be a issue? The new employer has asked for original Releiving letter, can i give them the color photocopy of the original releiving letter?
15th May 2014 From India, Bangalore
Anyone to help here? Need suggestions from HR’s here....
15th May 2014 From India, Bangalore
Dear friend,
When you were selected in the new company, HR professional must have told you requirements about document submission. Have they asked for colour photocopies or original? If latter then does it include your graduation mark sheet, certificate etc?
If you give the colour photocopy of relieving letter, then do you think that you will not be caught? If you were caught then will it be good to start your tenure on bad taste? Please think it over.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar
[B]

15th May 2014 From India, Bangalore
WITH HIGH RESPECTS TO DIVEKAR SIR.
The Ethical Xerox Vendor is refusing to give Photo copies of any Certificate in Colour.
Once I have experienced this once.
the Photo copies of Mark Sheets, Certificates and also of Letter Heads no COLOUR photo copoy.
Regards
Ramakant
15th May 2014 From India, Pune
The HR has asked to submit all educational and previous company documents. But the releiving letter he has asked specifically in original. If i give original to him, What shall i do in the future? should i give him original and keep color photocopy to myself? (or vice versa) ?
15th May 2014 From India, Bangalore
A colour photocopy is still a photocopy as the original will have a signature in ink. What will the new employer do with the certificate: check and return it or hold it as security?
15th May 2014 From United Kingdom
Have you asked him why he needs the original? Or is it required just for verification against photocopy?
Ask him the reason and tell him you are uncomfortable about submitting original letter.
And a request not to ask validations from this community to do anything immoral.
15th May 2014 From India, Mumbai
I havent asked him why he needs original, During the submission i will ask him why does he need original.
15th May 2014 From India, Bangalore
Dear All
There a practice of some companies to keep the original certificates with them and returned after the pronation period is completed. This is kept as security considering the large turnover in the organisation.
This issue is separately discussed under different threads on this site only.
Ramakant
15th May 2014 From India, Pune
Probation period is 3 months so i hope they would return it then. Should i ask the HR to give the acknwlodgement in writing?
15th May 2014 From India, Bangalore
Of course; otherwise where is the proof that you gave them?
16th May 2014 From United Kingdom
Apart from what seniors has replied I am of the opinion, what is the harm of giving the Original Relieving Letter, A relieving letter only shows that you have been relieved from the previous organization and it does not carry any value further if I am not wrong. When you leave the current organization you will get the relieving letter of the current organization which is sufficient for the future opening. No employer will ask the relieving letter of all past employer except the previous one.
16th May 2014 From India, Ahmadabad
Hi...
For doing any documentation it is mandatory to submit the normal photocopy of your documents. But take all your originals with you becoz some company verify all the credentials and match with photocopy.
17th May 2014 From India, Bhubaneswar
Dear MyDreamw and all seniors, I my point of view, its a simple case.
17th May 2014 From Pakistan, Islamabad
Dear MyDreamw and all seniors,
I my point of view, its a simple case.
Just ask from HR. If they require color copy, then its OK and if not, ask them wheather attested copies of documents is allowed and if not then provide orignal.
CASE CLOSED
17th May 2014 From Pakistan, Islamabad
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