lalit-giri
Hi sir, I have a current new offer hence sent an email to the current company and the company accepted my resignation.
But in the offer company, after submitting the experience letter found overlap in previous & current companies. So they asked to get it correct.

But the previous company denied it due to saying why you approach late and it can not be changed now our finance year change and also share me a screenshot of the Online portal manager accept resignation on 5- 11 -21. But in the same screenshot, my request date is also visible on 30 -09 -21. Now they are bounding me to accept this overlap letter. After leaving the company on 30 Sep. In the same email, it's mentioned by my last day would be 30 Sep. But they did not revert from company hr and manger side.

I left the company on 30 Sep after writing and giving handover to the company. So can I take action on it due to the overlap of my experience and career getting spoiled?

Regards
Lalit

From India, New Delhi
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lalit-giri
Hi , - I have applied for resign on 07sep -21 date and released from company on date 30sep-21 after handover and accepted my resign by direct manager on 30 sep -21, I have joined next company. I have send reminder mail to previous company timely on 06oct -21 for process delay of resign by company , they have not given reply to me and send resign letter on date 23-12 -21 mentioned date 05-11-21 this in place of this 30sep -21. Given date i have not checked at that time.now when I am trying in next company then they are telling it as a overlap.old company is not correcting the relieve date.it is affecting good opportunity for me in new company.please guide.
From India, New Delhi
saswatabanerjee
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Quite frankly, I don't see why your new employer is even bothered with it and how they expect you to get it corrected.
By law, you have no grounds to force the employer to change his records.
You can at best, request them to help you out.

From India, Mumbai

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