Employee Verification Process - Relieving Letter - CiteHR
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I got a job offer from MNC now i have all the documents with me from my current organization, But from former organization i dont have relieving letter because there i broke a bond which was one sided. So can this effect my new job offer if they verify through third party because it may be possible that my first employer can say anything regarding me. Please help
Normally ref checks are / should be carried out before an offer is made. Look at your terms of offer - does it say something like " this offer depends upon satisfactory reference checks " or something like that ? If it does it may be better to tell the new HR at this stage itself. Breaking a bond usually has penalties. Did you pay up or just skip ? All this will no doubt come out during a ref check so if it is critical to your offer / continued employment it is better to have it sorted out now itself....
@Hardeep : Thanks||| In the offer letter it is clearly written that they would verify all my credentials and documents through reference checks. But the bond which was in my first company was one sided in nature and I resign that job due to employer torture and did'nt pay anything as the bond was one sided. That's why except relieving letter I have all documents of first employer like appnt letter ESI certificate and salary certificate. And in my current organization I have all documents and served here for over 2 year. I am little worry regarding my first employer should I tell my new employer all this at the date of joining or kept silence????
Hi, Ok, you did not complete the bond, thats ok, but did you serve the notice period ?, do you have any proof of that.
I was in probation period and I have a proof of resignation in my maill. I did'nt serve the notice period because there was no clause of notice period mentioned in appointment letter as per appointment letter, only after confirmation I have to serve three month notice otherwise under two year i was in bond and for leaving they are asking six month salary. I left the job on immediate basis as the behaviour of my boss was not good. But I think bond is illegal in india and also it will not affect in my future.
It is always better to disclose all facts to your future employer, without hiding anything so that the reference check does not fall on you
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