Hi, I am working in the It industry. I have 10+ years of experience now.
I am joining the new organization. However, I am do not want to show the experiences with 5 months of tenure.
What will happen if I can omit these experiences in the new company.
These experiences do not contain the relevant experience as per my current profile. Are there any issues because of the same.
Please suggest.

From India, Hyderabad

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Dear Dip, Why should you omit it unless it has some black marks? Even then, if it comes to light in future, it may pose you some trouble though you would have convincingly explained the gap.
From India, Salem
That 4-5 months of experience is of no use. There is no productive work in that tenure. it will just increase my resume length.
it does not make any sense to mention the experience on my CV.
However, I will keep all the other experiences as it is with the proper experience and relieving letters.
I consult with some other people. I got the reply that. Keeping the information on your resume is just of your choice. My resume is just for marketing purposes. It is fine if I can remove the older experience of more than 6 years of time span.
Please advice.

From India, Hyderabad
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You can put an innocuous-looking word like 'relevant/related' experience in describing your background. I hope you are not covered in the EPF Scheme otherwise you will get caught in the first few days itself.
From India, Mumbai
But in the BGV form, it has mentioned that you can either describe the 3 years of experience or past 1-2 companies experience.
In this case is there any issue if I cannot show my 4-5 months old experience(around 7 years back).

From India, Hyderabad
KK!HR
1100

Yes, you can omit such experience and go ahead
From India, Mumbai
is there any issue and make any kind of sense in my scenario?
From India, Hyderabad

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