i worked in company A company for 10 months then worked in company B for 2 month now i want to join C company. Through my A company Experience.
So now C company can know about my B company (type of service provider consultancy)
Bcz I am giving same UAN number for all 3 Company.. and my UAN Number is not yet made active.. and adhar card and pan also not linked to my UAN...
19th June 2019 From India, Bengaluru
Hi sunipreetham,
Your question is not clear. You are claiming that you have provided same UAN number for all companies. Then how come it is yet to be activated ? It should be already activated during your first employment right?
In general please don't jump from one company to another company within short span without any reasons. This will have impact on your career graph in the longer run. Stability of employment is important as long as you are happy in terms of job satisfaction and other monetary benefits.
19th June 2019 From India, Madras
Hi Sunipreetham,
Your full query itself became it's title. Try to indicate short & apt title to your query.
Giving same UAN No.continuously for all the employer is what expected of you, you did it right. You should provide copies of your Aadhaar & PAN copies to your present employer who'll update details on your page on EPFO portal using their ID and make it active. No worry.
19th June 2019 From India, Bangalore
Hello Sir,
i worked in company A company for 10 months then worked in company B for 2 month, and it's a service provider, they r waiting for client update to deployment, and now I got a very good opportunity with company C, and now i want to join company C, On July 1st week, Through my A company Experience.
So now C company can know about my B company ...??
By using my UAN..or other spruces.. ??
Bcz I am hiding company B ..!
19th June 2019 From India, Bengaluru
Hi SuniP,
Have submitted your resignation to Co.B and got the relieving letter? And how about EPF, you need to apply for transfer from B to C when you join C.
Why you don't want to disclose Co.B service, anything serious or fear of not getting relieved from there?
Of course it's a very short period of only 2 months and therefore may not matter much.
If this C co. not going to insist for relieving letter from B you may take a chance. Think it over about the likely consequences, you are the judge.
20th June 2019 From India, Bangalore
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