Pl.be aware, the last & crucial phase of formalities for engaging an employee is BGC. When a candidate fails this test it's not possible to reverse or contest it, unless you have a strong case to counter a 'Not hireable' report which is not practical. So you will have no recourse to having relieved you after your failed BGC. Many a time you may not be informed about on what reason they got a bad reporting by BGC. You'll have no right to insist either the erstwhile employer or current employer to reveal the contents of the BGC. Therefore you should look out for a prospective employer who would not go for BGC or should scout for offers using a reference highly influential.
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