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
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
Yes sir, But nobody helped me. I’ve already been marked absconding. Regards Priya
From India, Ernakulam
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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