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How does HR verify an experience letter?
From India, Noida
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There are various ways through which HR verify an experience letter
Reference check :- HR do verification through colleagues to verify that the person experience is genuine and suitable for the job.
Background Verification Check :- HRs uses social media and other tools to verify experience and apart from this linked is also a useful platform to check.
Know more: https://hrone.cloud/background-verification/

From India, Noida
priyanka_dhorajia@yahoo.com
HR can verify experience letter by approaching that company HR by sending them email - most organization HR's cooperate in verifying information. We always follow this practice of background check before hiring employee.
- Also sometime, by seeing letter, you can gauge the authenticity. I experienced it when one candidate just forged the letter and it was visible in letter then we approached the HR of that company and they said this letter was not issued by them.

From India, Mumbai
p-lekha-jacobs
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Details from your experience letter will be drafted in an e-mail and sent to your previous employer's HR contact or at the most your Reporting Manager, if you have provided his/ her contact details. Mostly, such verification e-mails lands up with HR only - so not to worry on anything.
Due to legal and reputation loss ramifications - Employer's only verify the Tenure, Designation/ Career Level, Location and Department ONLY. They will not even write a single word more than that. Even few Employers just reply with a 'Yes', 'OK', 'Confirmed' - when your new Employer sends them an e-mail containing your records. That's all.

From India, Delhi
kapoor_riya
They usually make a call to your employer to verify, but some big companies do a 3rd party verification where they hire a professional company which on their behalf do the verifications.
From India, New Delhi

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