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Advocate Prem Chanda Yadav
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Dinesh DivekarDear Elite,
Workplace fracas or affrays or at least scraps are common across the companies. What is the guarantee that people in your future company do not fight in their workplace?
Nevertheless, every company expects a candidate to have sound interpersonal skills. The company is expected to assess these skills during the recruitment process. They cannot rely only on feedback from the candidate's past employer.
Most of the time, background verification is conducted to assess the veracity of the information provided by the candidate. Secondly, verification is also done to find out whether the separation of the employee had a negative connotation.
Yes, a few companies do take feedback on the behaviour of the candidate also. But the replies are nothing but the perception of the reporting manager. Therefore, how far the company gets influenced by the verification report remains to be seen.
From hindsight, you can learn a lesson on the importance of mastering interpersonal skills, conflict-handling skills, negotiation skills, assertion skills and so on. It is time for you to invest your time in mastering these skills otherwise, when you change your job in future once again, possibly you might to have grapple with similar worries.
All the best!
From India, Bangalore
Advocate Prem Chanda Yadavit past forget it. Bready for current task.
From India, Mumbai
rahulbhatnet1Arguments are common at workplace and it doesn't mean that we are bad in character. Nobody expect behaviour as 'Saint'. The company verifies our last CTC, date of joining in last company, date of exit, pending of dues. Our relieving letter is also cross it check in back ground verification. Hence, do not worry about arguments.
From India, Pune
saswatabanerjeeThe BVG company just sends out mails and some times (for senior positions), calls to speak personally.
The call will go to HR and not to the person you worked with.
What is the possibility that they will remember you for your abusive behaviour or even bother to say that in a BVG call?
I think the possibility of it is low.
On the other hand, you being removed from the company on grounds of abusive behaviour towards women employees is a higher possibility and that will probably be in your termination letter?
From India, Mumbai