Understood the crux of your Q.
Always note a point that, when we apply for a job to any company, it is not suggested to hide any information and let it be put into black and white clearly and transparently which is from the values part of it and ethical part of it. But you can not undo what was already done. ( If your current HR is understandable the error can be corrected here itself as from your writing there was not any other intentions ) At a point this has to be corrected and to avoid this gap when you grow up further in career this gap will continue. It is only a suggestion but you have to take your own decision on this and no other person is a better person to advice on such matters. One thing is clear that at least when you move on to next employment at the beginning itself in the CV mention all the employment year wise and mention clearly as well during HR Interview brief them openly that the 3 years was not show because of ...................reasons etc. Then everything will go right. You will have mental peace and you can focus on your profession. You may get further guidance from your close HR Friends and then move on Friend. No one is 100% mistake proof and when intentions are not bad there should be no worry.
All the best and God Bless
From India, Chennai
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Background verification is to opt for validation that the details provided are valid. So if you have mentioned your experience in your resume do ensure that you provide the details of the HR team for the forthcoming company to validate the information provided.
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