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saswatabanerjeeWere you working in the non-IT company with approval of your first employer?
If not, then your actions are illegal and when it is found out by the new company, they are very much likely to cancel your appointment.
In most cases, you are better off telling the truth in advance and specifying that you didn't give the details in your CV because the experience is irrelevant
Whether the company will accept or reject you, I don't think any of us here can tell that.
From India, Mumbai
vmlakshminarayananHi, You are required to submit UAN number (created by non-IT) with the MNC which will show your hidden company details. Better disclose before questioned
From India, Madras
BHAVESHYAWALE@saswatabanerjee @vmlakshminarayanan Thank you for giving me suggestion
my current employer knows that I am working here as freelancer because my mom has cancer so I required more money to treat her so I already informed here and my HR agreed with my situation at that time but now i left that non-IT job also.... i am afraid if I tell to any employer on beginning itself will they allow me ??
From India, Hyderabad
saswatabanerjeeOk, I wish you had given this info at the start, it would save a lot of trouble...
If you were doing the work as a freelancer with the approval of your main employer (and hopefully the non-IT company also knew), then there should not be a problem.
1. Disclose the second employment to your new employer upfront
2. Take a letter / confirmation mail from the original employer that they allowed you to do freelancing work for xyzzy reason.
I do not think the HR of the new company will be taking objection on this matter if it was done with the approval of the previous employer and will only probably ask you to give a written confirmation that you will not do freelancing in future without approval.
From India, Mumbai
AnonymousHere you have involved 3 companies, Actually I don't have knowledge how the PF contribution details are provided in the PF account of the Employee. I give a general opinion.
1. Working in an IT company but PF optional so PF not opt for- Therefore no contribution from Employee & Employer-in this IT Company.
2. Here you have mentioned parallelly - working in a non-it company but PF is contributed by the company and reflected in your PF account.
3. Now you have resigned to join in IT-MNC.
Now in this situation first question, What is your Employment Contract with First small IT-Company? If there is a stipulation that you cannot work either part time or full other than their company during your employment with them.
a. Working in an other company (immaterial whether IT or non-IT) is illegal and
b. You have specifically mentioned """parallelly working"""", so it is double illegal
c. What about the non-IT company you worked? Did they know you are already working in an IT company while working in their Company??-- If you have not disclosed this to this non-IT company - here too it is illegal, and liable for action as per law.
So just with the above situation itself you have cheated two companies simultaneously. So be prepared for the consequences.
3. Now your selection with an IT-MNC, here too you are in danger as a dagger is handing on your neck.
Even if you tell them, either they will immediately cancel your employment OR if you don't tell them and if they come to know later still they will take disciplinary action against you.
You should have not opted for PF deduction in the second company by which you should have saved face. But having committed all offence you are damaging your career prospects and also your character is marked ""doubtful".
Third point is of serious offence is working simultaneously in two companies is a serious offence and no will allow you to work for an other company during the same hour while in the employment of one company.
It is an open challenge before you.
From Saudi Arabia