Thread Started by #swift-hanz

Hi all, i have joined an IT firm as a fresher and left that company after 13 days from the date of joining. i had signed for contract for 1 lakhs and had to serve for a period of 2 months. I left the job because the job role was changed but it was mentioned on contract that i signed. i got this job during my campus recruitments. But, now i have a job offer that also treats me as a fresher. now, the problem is, i dont have monetary strength to give compensation and cannot serve for 2 months, since im not undergoing training. i have no bank accounts opened by them, since it is only 13 days. currently, i am not working. does my new employer knows about this? i have already got joining date and offer letter from my new employer. how does it affect my career? what will be the consequences?
7th October 2018 From India, Bengaluru
One should not take employment whether it is self employment or paid employment so lightly because one is a fresher. Particularly, when you choose paid employment as your career option as a fresher that too through campus recruitment the guidance of the family members and senior friends is indispensable. I think that you quit the very first job by absconding more quickly than you accepted it on your own without consulting anyone either in the family or friends circle. Your narration about the very first small stint of your employment and the reasons for your improper exit does suggest that you are still in the typical mindset of a over-confident but carefree youth. It will not work in real life. You should remember that every employer spends lot of money, time and energy in training a fresher like you and that's the reason for such employment bonds. How you developed sudden dislike against the job or company within a span of 13 days seems a mystery and knowing the contract and possibility of role-change before-hand, your decision of abscondence is quite unethical. Suppressing this fact and joining another company as if a fresher again is an act of manipulation and pave way for further trouble for the new employer would get the information of your earlier campus selection from your college. Better rejoin duty in the first company with some acceptable explanation and serve the entire bond period sincerely. Who knows, you may like the job eventually!
7th October 2018 From India, Salem
Oh you are just out with still college student behaviour with kidding nature with laws.don't think laws means brother in-laws motherin.laws etc.
Now you are in trouble waters. .with your pinky ponky behaviour ..
Doing job is not a joke ..Dropping from training is a blunder.Intersted to join in another offer is a childish act....what do u do even that fellow also gives duty against ur whims and fancies. Pls dont think no bank a.c . .address etc.escaping the useless loopholes.
Our suggestion is approach the first offer company to rejoin there....or if you are serious and more concern for second offer joining...
Just open up ur inability to pay the agreed amount .Generally a company may be an inanimate in nature but its running people are humans. ..that too you are young man of india....they will show a conclusion.
Pls note that first company do not feel that u are a vagabond and a cheater
..even 2nd company do not know this story.
Don't bother u were treated as a fresher now...once ur jammed situation diluted..
I think prior company will give u enough time to pay the amount.
Don't ask for experience certificate or Relieving letter etc.
So finally to avoid nuisance join continue first offer..ur training period may extend for absent days submit a medical certificate and continue to avoid critical financial and legal problems at this tender age loosing mental peace confused dialamma pandemonium stage..offers many more come in future if u r talented..at present no money to go out.. stay there for good time...
All the best. young man...show patience...This is Life not joke.
7th October 2018 From India, Hyderabad
#Anonymous
I can say that if i was your recruiter, i would sue you to get that 1 lakh. And inform your college.
So good luck getting a reference even from your college.
Don't flirt with jobs as a fresher.
Suggestion: Inform them and say that its not working. Ask for a shorter notice period.
What now? : Join back, count the past days as unpaid leaves. and stick around for a month or so as you negotiate.
OR ask the new company to buy you out.
10th October 2018 From India, Lucknow
Clean your Karma and accept your mistake
17th October 2018 From India, Mumbai
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