Dear HR Experts,
I need an urgent help. 7 years ago I resigned from a company after working for 2 years. The company simply refused to release me and forced me to stay which I did not agree. The new company (a big MNC) from where I had the offer, took 4 weeks to take me in as I told them I am not being provided the relieving letter by my current company. The new company took me on rolls of a consulting company for 6 months and then took me on its rolls.
I worked there for 3 years and then joined another company. Even this new company (a bigger MNC) took 2 months to give me a joining date after I told them I do not have relieving letter from my previous to previous company. Now, I have worked for 4 years in this company and have an offer from another company (more bigger MNC). Now, I am in same situation as I have to inform this new employer before accepting the offer that I do not have relieving letter from a company where I worked 7 years ago. Do you think this would ruin my employment chances in this new company? How should I approach to new HR to share this piece of information?
I am really worried and do not know how to approach. I do not want to resign from my current company until the HR of new company confirms and accepts this situation. I have the offer letter, form 16 etc from the company which did not provide me the relieving letter. Dear experts, Please guide me.
Jaswant 11th August 2017 From France, Colombes