Hello All , Relieving date company A (worked for 3 years) - 10th April 2019

Joining Date company B- 5th March 2019

Company B manager told me to join beacuse of work emergency .

I was not having any work in Company A so agreed .As that was my first organization change so I had little idea about future consequences

Manager and Hr of company B told me to submit my relieving letter when i receive it in future from Company A.

Now I have left company B after a year and got selected for company C .

I have submitted my relieving letters for both Company A and B .

Now company C hr is saying that I have dual employment for a month and I as I have recieved salary from both the companies during that period its a red flag for background verification.

I have discussed with my lawyer who said I can provide a self affidavit to company C as I did not hide anything and they hired me om work emergency.

And Company B said dates cannot be changed bit they can send an email thay I did not do any falsification.

Need some suggestions on this.

Its just my unawareness lead me to this but I did not hide anything from my previous.

Will I be accepted in company C and what else can be done in This scenario? . please help .I am really worried.

From India, Vijayawada

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Dear Concern,

Either it is done in unawareness or awareness dual employment is legaly not allowed in any terms.

-As you said, Company B wanted you to join early due to work load, so before joining i.e. 5th March, 2019 you must have informed company A that you were going to join other company on 5th March, 2019.

If informed the same; how company A paid you your salary for that month if you have not attended a single day in Company A. Also Comapny A's HR must have asked you to serve full notice period or complete relieving formalities before joining other company.

-If you had not informed Company A about your joining of Comapny B on 5th March, 2019 and you received salary from both companies that clearly shows Ethical issue from your end.

Always remember professional world is so small, you would be seeing the other people very randomly, so be wise while you decide.

Solution: Sit with HR of Company C and share the whole scenario with him/her with all clear details. He/She will guide you for next step.

Advice: Do not hide single piece of information from him/her.

Note: This dual Employment thing will also impact you in PF Transfer of withdrawal for both Company A & B if PF part was there in you previous companies.

From India
"Always remember professional world is so small, you would be seeing the other people very randomly, so be wise while you decide."
Very well said Mr. Harshil
I wanted to share an example on this. may be it can help others in future.
A person has resigned from an organisation on (lets say) 5 October 20xx. He will be relieved by 4November 20xx as per 1 month notice.
Now company decided to relieve the person on 17 October 20xx.
The person was about to join the other organisation on 5 November 20xx so he asked the relieving letter with date 4 November 20xx to show his proper experience and good characteristics in his last organisation.
If the candidate will be joining on the date earlier then 5 November 20xx then the relieving letter must have the date the candidate left the company on to avoid dual employment issue.
Candidate should talk to company for proper relieving before notice period to avoid any issues between the
professional relationships.
In case company is relieving the candidate early with their own choice then an appropriate reason of early reliving and early relieving date should be mentioned.

From India, Gurgaon

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