Hi, I am working in one MNC from August, 2015 till now and I registered with NSR (NASSCOM) while joining the same organization. But, now I don't want to show the experience with the same while joining new organization. I am going to show fake experience of another organization. Will it effect while joining new organization or not? Will my new organization come to know about my previous work experience ?
Please let me know in case if any concern.
Thanking You.

From India, Pune

Your thought process of showing fake experience is going to cause you trouble.
Why you dont want to show work experience with an MNC?
One needs to do things with great forethought and planning and it should not involve hiding things of this nature.
Proper BGC will bring out all details and presently all big companies are aware of the huge amount of fake certifications plaguing the job market.
Recent articles in Economic Times reveal details of case studies of how much fraud is affecting the job search of candidates.

From India, Pune
Sometimes there remains no choice but to follow the temptation of showing fake exp. Reason, the call centres and BPO as a whole boast of being MNCs but people know that no exp count. Like in my case, I have always been honest in showing wherever I worked but now my CV doesnt even get shortlisted just because of the BPO tag. It is vry frustrating.
From United States, Lincolnshire
@kranthi It's Typo error It's 2014 and the reason I want to show that is actually I am working in one MNC on one technical process but it's BPO and I am IT guy so looks bad on resume. Please suggest me. I am getting fake experience letter with one reputed company no issues with that but NSR is the main issue.
From India, Pune
I am copying my response to a similar question at CiteHR.
"I wonder where ETHICS have gone!!! Just because someone else does should we copy the same? There is a saying in Kannada language "Kallana hendthi ondu divasa munde aguttale" meaning "A robber's wife will become a widow"; the implication is that a robber will be caught in the long run. So will people submitting fake reports. Hence BEWARE..

From United Kingdom
Hello Sagar Gate,
While appreciating & commending your decision of 'NO FAKE'--not many people do that [they either just 'switch off' the sources of such suggestions OR begin to argue, like politicians], suggest keep in mind the following points/aspects whenever you change jobs.
1] Do some amount of Due Deligence about the Company BEFORE you give your acceptance of any Offer. Looking back, had you done this reasonably well, you wouldn't even have had considered this present Company......which said it was a MNC while being a BPO.......forget joining it, to learn the hard way.
2] Try to stick those areas/skills where you can show PROVEN exp.....else you just keep going in circles--UNLESS you have very strong reasons & grounding to shift your skillset midway in your IT career. I don't need to highlight how crucial 'skillsets exp' is in the IT sector.
3] And NEVER EVER FAKE. There will always be Companies that appreciate candidates who give the real reasons for any situation.
A Quote here that would be apt: "A Lie ALWAYS needs an accomplice. Only Truth can stand alone".
Hope you got the point. If you watch TV, you know what I mean.
All the Best.

From India, Hyderabad

Fake Cvs,fake experience are all steps to ruin career and land in legal trouble.
This link from timesofindia.com needs to be read by all job seekers:
Dressed up CV? Your career could be cut short - The Times of India
Key takeaways from this article
Be truthful about experience,qualifications etc.
Transparent CV is the best policy.

From India, Pune

Employers have a big job of sifting truth from the avalanche of fake Cvs floating around in the job market.

Good jobs are scarce and people have lost their scruples due to sheer economic condition and want jobs.

If fake CVs help so be it.

Long run the lack of ethics will prove costly to the nation.

Resume Frauds Rise. Companies Verifying Credentials Before Hiring - NDTVProfit.com


Some of the common frauds often cited by job applicants include highlighting short-term diploma courses from premier institutes as main qualification and lying about dates of work experience.

Moreover, people also produce false certificates on company letter-heads, including salary certificates, lie about bonuses earned and reasons for leaving previous jobs and produce false references -- people who reinforce part of the lies.

"With intense competition for limited opportunities, people have started creating rogue resumes, lying about facts, hiding information or bloating up achievements. This goes right up to the senior-most levels," executive search firm Grassik Search Director Rajeev Thakur said.

Background screening company First Advantage Head, marketing and communications, Shreya Krishnan said: "It is not hard to get fake documents in India. There are close to 7,500 companies in India, which operate just for providing fake employment and educational certificates."

My view:

HRs have to be really stringent in their checks.

From India, Pune

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