Work termination from Manufacturing Industry - CiteHR
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Dear Sir/Madam,
I have experience of 7 years. First 5 year I worked in L&T and successfully relieved. Then I worked in Godrej for being 2years and I got work termination letter due to my higher studies desire.They mentioned the cause for termination was I am not obey to as per company policy.But, before termination they gave an option to pay 3months notice settlement.but,The situation I want to manage my studies expensives.So,I didn't shown interest to pay.
Now My studies got completed and I am having a fear like should I get a job with this previous company termination reason?
Please clarify and help me!
Regards
Dinesh
from Chennai
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I m not understand exact reason of leaving as per your statement :
1. Either you abandoned the job or company terminate your services. Abandon and termination are clearly different meaning and understanding status .
2. Whether you had submitted resignation letter or received termination letter from organisation.
3. If they mention termination word with written reason ...why you accept such letter .. even u should reply denial letter.
4. In your next job ... not submit such document ... study should be reason for leaving the job... but, if digging by authority , don't hide ... honest answer give to dem whether u will getting the job or not. Right industry will always choose honest person .
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