I had resigned from my company in mid may and they released me early after a week's time as opposed to usual notice period of 3 months. They are doing this due to corona crisis for everyone who resigned recently. During the late march to mid may almost 80% of employees didn't attend duty due to the corona lockdown. People started returning to duty from mid may onwards. I hadn't returned to duty till my last working date. Company HR contacted me to pay 2 months of notice pay from my last attended day in march to my last working day in May. I have agreed to pay it. I have spoken to the Head of HR dept. and he instructed me the same. I'm thinking if I have created some blackmark on myself and wondering if it will affect my profile during background verification in future companies. Should I explicitly ask if I have smoothly exited the company as per their rules or I have been placed on bad records in the company? What is the best way to ask a HR officer of the company regarding this? They also assured me giving my reliving letter and experience certificates.
From India, Chennai
Dear friend,
I think that you are highly bothersome about a negative feed back from your previous employer on your B.G.V just because you put down your papers during the lock down (probably expressing your willingness to serve the notice period) but the Management relieved you immediately. In fact the act of your previous employer is a counter offer for implementing which they ought to have obtained your consent or paid the salary for the remaining notice period. On the contrary, they asked you to pay 2 months salary and you agreed and I hope you actually paid it. So, you have not done anything wrong so far as your resignation is concerned.
Coming to your query from another angle, have you ever been punished for any performance related or behavioral issues during your tenure? If the answer is "no" you have got a clean slate. .

From India, Salem

This is in addition to What Umakanthan Sir stated succinctly above.
Since you are getting Relieving Order & Experience Certificate, if nothing adverse is mentioned therein, then it is clear that there is no grouse left behind by you.

From India, Mumbai

Instead of how should I ask, I feel it should be why should I ask?
You have exited smoothly.
Normally the problem gets over at that stage.
Dont worry now.
All is well.
Unless there is something not mentioned in your query

From India, Pune
Your case is quite transparent.As company has relieved you smoothly.
Also usually in BVC, no company give feed back unless its of severe nature.
So enjoy.
Always talk positive about organisations where you worked,Organisations are never bad, but the bosses sometimes are bad.

From India, Vadodara
Probably you'll have a doubt at the back of your mind like this because you are among many who have been relieved almost instantly notwithstanding the lockdown. May be having done so you are disappointed as to why they didn't retained you etc. I think may be your fears are misplaced. I would suggest, till you receive your experience & reliving letter you should stop worrying. Thereafter you will decide whether should worry or not to. Till now you didn't get them, why delay??
Should you consider enquiring your friends & colleagues what's happening behind the scene in your absence. It's nothing more that you would require if your rapport with your HOD/HR has been cordial and friendly. That should help you to ascertain want you wish to.

From India, Bangalore
A relieving letter, if provided to you, is more than a sufficient proof that you had a smooth exit from your previous Organization.
Regarding BGV - do not worry at all. Just submit the correct dates of employment, designation, location and department that you worked for - and you should be good. Now, who says what while your BGV is being conducted - it is of no use to you. You have to let go of these thoughts - as you don't have a control on BGV process. Stay calm and proceed ahead.

From India, Delhi

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