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I am working in a company A for last 4.5 years. Prior to that I worked for company B for 9 months. Due to some unfortunate incident, I was required to leave company B with a bad note. I opted out of PF contribution in company B. Company B did not pay any PF on my behalf.I have no dues payable to company B.
In my CV if I hide my employment with company B, can my future prospective employer find out that for 9 months I worked for company B? I have come to know from a tax consultant that without my consent my future employer cannot have access to 26AS form that shows tax deducted from previous employments.
Can please anyone help me out?

From India, Kolkata
from a recruiter view, the query is
what you were doing in the gap period ?
if you have any suitable reply to hide B and produce any meaningful substitute to satisfy the person in front, then possible, otherwise the CV would get some negative remarks


Thanks for the reply. I am also involved with a startup and I can definitely show my experience with that firm. Do you think it is a feasible solution?
From India, Kolkata
from a recruiter view ( dont take it personal way)
tough to accept a startup candidate
a) if the candidate is successful, then will surely violate non-competence clause
b) if the candidate is not successful, then there is lack of confidence / experience


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