Hi All, I am working at XXX Technologies currently since last 5 months. XXX has conducted pre and post employment BGV and cleared it.I am allocated to a client project(banking) which is conducting third party BGV again from last 2 months, during BGV they have found out that i was terminated from my second last company because of performance issue, although in the exp. letter which my employer had given it's clearly mentioned that "my performance was satisfactory during the stay at company and i had resigned on my own accord", and the reason which i gave on BGV form at XXX was "resigned".
Now they have declared it as discrepancy. They have asked Exp. and Reliving letters and bank statements. I have provided exp. letter and bank statements only as i don't have relieving letter, all docs are genuine. Now my questions is, since they have found the discrepancy, is there any chance they can fire me because of this reason, if yes what should i do to save my current job as well as my future job, because if they terminate me, joining next MNC would be difficult as there would be a red flag on my BGV. I need expert advises. Please help.

From India, Bengaluru
Dear friend,
From your narration, it is discernible that you are only a contract employee to the client of your employer who had already satisfied with your back ground before and after your appointment under them.Therefore, it is quite unwarranted for the client to conduct a further BGV and find some discrepancy according to his subjectivity. Even if the client sticks to his subjective assessment, at best, he can ask for a replacement only. If your employer ( HCL ) tries to fire you on the subjective misconceived findings of the client, it is a bad HR practice as well as an illegal termination. I don't think it will cost your job. Any way, try to positively convince the client to whom your services are lent and keep the HR of HCL Technologies informed in this regard.

From India, Salem
Hi, how come HCL verification to your previous HR and third party verification to the same previous HR bring out different feedback? please ask HCL HR and third party org to show you the reports first.
Secondly, most companies do ask employees to leave due to non-performance but to secure their further next jobs, issue relieving/experience letters. If you have the same, then you dont need to worry, show the same to your HCL HR and tell him that he took you onboard on basis of submission of all docs first.
Convince the team that previous employer is getting back at you for no reason. It took third party org 5 mths to get the feedback?? You have given your precious 5 mths time to HCL BUT if you have submitted any fake docs or if you have hidden facts that can lead to your separation with immediate effect, then we might have a problem.
Thanks and Regards,
Akash Sharma

From India, Delhi
Dear Friend,
Many companies give the similar reply to the BGV hence it is not a discrepancy but it is open to interpretation.
Experience letter is also relieving letter. many companies issue only experience letter. So far your documentation is concerned it is in order.
Warm Regards
Bharat Gera
HR Consultant

From India, Thane
Hi, I have worked in small organisation say comapny A and i have releiving letter, after that took break for 2 years for various reasons like business and etc. In this gap i got training and got job in one company say B which is irrelavant so i quit the job in 7 months as i got job in otheer small compnay say C. where as i have experience letter and joining letter of company B. Again i exited the job from company C without taking experience lettet, but i have offer letter and pay slips, as i got good offer in medium company say D, here i am working from more that 7+ years, now i a have offer in MNC, so how to provide all my info to this company for Background verification, as i have no experience letter form comapnay C. Please suggest any one.
From India, Tolichowki

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