Hi, all please help me, am in a very difficult situation here, am depressed and can't keep my thoughts straight, and I don't have anyone to ask help for.
I worked for a bpo for 24 days, and resigned from that company as I was offered a job from another company which was related to my field of education.
I gave them formal reigning letter, as I was on my training period and was not started working. They were asking me to serve the notice period of one month which was not possible for me because the new company joining was on the next week.
So I told them I won't be able to serve the notice period, and as this was my first employment, I don't want to abscond the company, all I wanted was a clean exit.
But things got bad, when they asked me to pay an amount which was higher than my salary(yes, they gave me the salary of one month).
As they asked me the salary which was too high, I didn't pay because, I didn't had the money.(later they reduced the amount to the salary they gave me around 10k)
I joined the new company, they gave me many follow up mail to give them the money, but I ignored and ultimately they stopped sending me mails.
And am depressed about one thing, as I had UAN and PF number with my previous company, and I know, my every new organisation could see my old company that I worked for.
Will this be a problem for me in my future? Do I need to mention this employement? Or if I didn't mention this employement will that be a problem? If any background check comes, will this be a reason for my new employer to fire me.
Even 10k is a huge amount for me, so if you people are recommending me to pay the money, I will do it, even though that will be hard for me.
And my employement with this bpo was done when I resigned on 27 sep 2017. Its been more than a year, last mail regarding the pay was on July of 2018.
And is this considered as a absconding?
Please give me a suggestion.
From India, Pune
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