I would suggest better your present your first employment details in the resume. You claim that due to some genuine reasons you had absconded.
If you are not showing your first employment details then there will be a gap of 11 months + 9 months, total 1.8 years after your graduation.
4th June 2019 From India, Madras
Thank you for your information. I would like to add a point here. I would add my previous experience in my resume. In that case, can I claim my total experience as 2 years 11 months when applying for jobs and try for the same level jobs?
4th June 2019
5th June 2019 From India, Hyderabad
Here are my views. You really should show your experience and let the HR know at the time of interview only. Nowadays all employments are subject to verification. If they find it later, you will be in trouble for sure.
HRs are humans only and they understand the genuine reasons. Go for it and tell the truth.
6th June 2019 From India, Ahmedabad
If the reason for absconding is genuine, you have an option where you can appeal against the dismissal at your first organisation. In the inquiry that follows if it is established that the reason for genuine, by the company then they shall settle for a notice period recovery and release your relieving letter. This way you can put the experience as valid in your resume.
When an employee absconds, the company can only dismiss the employee, not terminate her/him because the exit decision has been taken ex-parte or in the absence of the employee in the company inquiry. So, at any point of time the employee can appeal for a reversal of the dismissal on the grounds that she/he was not part of the inquiry.
But this should be done only if you are fully convinced that your reason for absconding is totally justified. If not, it's better not to mention the experience in your resume. As the gap is right after your education you can always say that you were preparing to proceed for higher studies and therefore studying for entrance exams. Lots of students do this where they skip a year to write a series of entrance exams to prestigious universities. Later they change their minds and proceed for immediate employment.
7th June 2019 From India, Bengaluru
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17th June 2019 From India, Delhi
17th June 2019 From India, Delhi
Thanks for the information. But no HR that I contacted seems to have humanity. After seeing this, I got calls from few company HR's, where I lost a confirmed offer during BGV even though I had explained them my story several times since the beginning and many of them are not willing to take an interview at least and some are not even willing to listen why I had to take that step. So I have decided to take out that experience from my resume and learnt something from this experience that it is better to hide things than to be real.
I would also like to add one point that you seem to be very honest but now-a-days many(not all) HR's are not for resource management but to force the company policies on Employees irrespective of their situation.
26th June 2019 From Canada, Toronto
In my case, I initially worked for a small company during recession (2008), and quit after 1.5 years. Then I worked another small but reputed company for 5 years.
Later when I got selected in HCL interview, after BG check, HR told me that my first company’s 1.5 year experience will not be considered since its information is not available with NASSCOM (1st small company got closed after some years). So HR only considered my 5 years as my total experience, and not 6.5 years, and salary negotiation happened accordingly.
21st July 2019 From India, Chennai
No company would accept such behavour. There is aalways a procedure to leave the company.
However there can be reasons to abscond too but that period of absence is not an expdrience.Hence not adbisable to mention in CV.
17th October 2019 From India, Vadodara