I was previously working with a company which had PF contribution but due to some personal reasons, I had to leave after 3 months.
Now currently I am working with an Organisation which has no PF contribution and I have invested almost three years here and soon I will be joining another company that is asking me to provide PF account details of the previous company and NCP days.
In this case, what should I mention in NCP days as there is a gap of more than 3 years between my last PF-based company and the New one? I am really confused regarding this matter. Some insight would be highly appreciated.
From India, Delhi
Since you worked in a PF compliant company, you would have been made a member of PF from day 1 of that company, hence you may provide those details. Later for three years you worked in a non-PF company, so that period will be NCP days. This position can be explained satisfactorily to the present employer as you would be having testimonials to prove your tenure there.
From India, Mumbai
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