Hi all. I am a graduate fresher working for one of the Big 4 firms in india since the past three months. Due to family issues, i will be resigning and shifting to another city. I don't think i can even serve the complete notice period. In the future, when i apply at another company for a job, i don't want to mention my 3 months of working experience as it will create a bad impression. Is there any way the new company will know that i was previously employed at ABC company? If yes, what will give me away apart from the absconding tag which my company may give me? As my P.F. Account is already created, will my new employer know that my credentials are already registered in the P.F. database because of the new UAN system? I am planning to leave the company due to genuine family issues which need critical addressal. Please help me.
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Suri,
Its bad you have to leave a top company without getting much exposure. If the real reason is due to family issue....then you should declare your former company in your CV because your new employer will appreciate your honesty.

From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

If you have a genuine family issue which cannot be sorted out without your presence,then go ahead and resign.
Put up your resignation with proper reason and take acknowledgement.Let the resignation be in writing and not through email alone.re,be honest and open.
I would not hide the fact in my CV as it is always better to be open and honest about your working life.
Whether UAN is there or not there is not relevant here.
Honesty is the best policy.
As such you have nothing to hide.
People do quit for family reasons,why hide it and then suffer during BGV??

From India, Pune
I disagree with the above comments.
You claim to be resigning for family reasons, but I don't think most employers will believe that. You need to convince your employer to relieve you early, if needed by paying the notice pay. Fresher working for big 4 for a quarter is not considered critical resources.
When you go to a new firm, they will be able to trace your previous employment through your PAN number. That needs some efforts but possible. If they get a hint that you worked, they can find out. For all you know the auditors may be the firm you worked for earlier....
As for being truthful with the new employer, no way. It makes no sense. You do not get appreciated for it, you get rejected. Specially if they do a BVG and find out you absconded.

From India, Mumbai
If your new employer is not convinced of your reasons for having left the earlier company, they may try to go to the bottom of the case to find out the truth. As my wise professional friends opined above, better to make a clean breast of the reasons, than trying to hide and get caught later on.
Best wishes

From India
Hello Suri,

What you mentioned....about family issues......doesn't really jell with the other details you mentioned.

Have you applied for another job OR do you already have one in-hand OR are you in the process of applying?

Given that you are a Fresher AND working in a Big-4 Company, it would be foolhardy to think of changing NOW. It would be wise to look for ways to handle the family issues rather than trash this experience.

Also, pl note that you would be treated as a Fresher all over again......NO Company would consider the 3 months of a Fresher as any worthwhile experience. In fact, any exp of <1 year [some stretch this to ~2 yrs] for a Fresher isn't counted as REAL experience.

Even if you don't mention this period in your resume AND the next Company doesn't bother to do any BVG, what's at stake is YOUR CAREER in the long run.

This would be all the more relevant IF you joined here thru Campus.

To repeat.......It would be wise to look for ways to handle the family issues rather than trash this experience & the Brand name from a long-term perspective. Suggest give a serious thought & decide.



From India, Hyderabad
My suggestion would be, Do not abscond from your current company. Try to be genuine with your new employer. Serve notice period or pay the basic amount of 2 or 3 month whatever would be their in offer letter.

From India, Pune
These days youngsters want instant gratification. They expect their promotions, increments, recognition everything in the first few days of joining. Once they join, they realise that their expectations are far from reality. Therefore, they find ways and means of leaving the job and again look for greenest pastures !!! In the process, they lose their focus on LEARNING but stay with EARNING ! What a pity !
From India
Please go out with best wishes. Speak to HR and perhaps you can succeed in convincing them to waive off notice period. Don't carry any absconding tag and we should be professional and relationship has to be enduring. You may not know you may have to deal with the same company in future, who may be your client.
From India, Pune

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