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Anonymous
Amidst covid 19 outbreak, I was forced by the BPO I was working with asked to join by jun 1st. Which I denied. Since I was afraid to join. Now they've already marked me absconding regarding which I even received mails. Unfortunately this BPO is registered with nasscom.
What happens to my career now? I'm worried.

From India, Ernakulam
Santosh Iyer
12

I suggest you to write a proper mail to them explaining your inability to join the services given the current situation.
A formal official mail to the concerned authority and the HR department would most probably help you in this regard.

From India, Pune
priyanka-math
Yes sir, But nobody helped me. I’ve already been marked absconding. Regards Priya
From India, Ernakulam
p-lekha-jacobs
47

Priyanka - please calm down and do not worry. No one can force you to join as an offer letter/ letter of intent is not a legally binding document. In a worst scenario, a joining date may be deferred.
Practical advice: If your absconding remarks have been put falsely on NASSCOM portal - please register a grievance with them citing evidences like offer letter, e-mails, papers, etc. I have seen such cases being handled properly and professionally by them.

From India, Delhi
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