Anonymous
I was selected in MNC, after BGV they said your first company was in suspect list, so you can't onboard our company. But I was submit my all documents offer letter, experience letter, bank statement for 4 years even though they not accepting my experience. Still just saying that company on suspect list. My first company is still at same place and running. How to fix this issue anyone can help?
From India, Bengaluru
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vmlakshminarayanan
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Hi,

One probability is that MNC company might had verified with your first company through email and might had received negative feedback. You can check with that MNC company why the first company is in suspect list.

From India, Madras
Anonymous
MNC did send any email to concern company to validate. I cross verified with my previous company they did not receive any email from that MNC. I don't know how they calling this company in suspect list
From India, Bengaluru
Dinesh Divekar
7618

Dear member,

Turning down the candidature of a candidate under the pretext of the suspicious activities of the previous company is strange and uncalled for.

Corporate frauds are common the world over but why penalise the ex-employees of the company for the wrongdoing by the members of the BoD or the top leadership? Employees did not have any role to play in the acts of omission and commission by the top leadership.

Just type "Corporate frauds in India" on Google and you will get a whole lot of information. The names include companies like Kingfisher Airlines, Jet Airways, Bhushan Steel, Panjab National Bank and so on. Should the employees from these companies forfeit their right to work anywhere else throughout their life just because they employees worked in these companies?

I recommend you write a letter to the MD of the future company and explain your position. You may write that you had devoted your heart and soul wherever you had worked and you will continue to do so in the next companies also. Moreover, you may write you were not involved in any decision taken by the company which creates suspicion in anyone's mind.

Notwithstanding, what I have written above, did you work in a company that was registered under Company Act? Did they have a proper PAN number, GST number etc.? If you have worked in a company which cannot be called a business entity, then your future company cannot be blamed for raising doubts as such.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Anonymous
Dear Member,

good question.

I would just like to talk about experience, expertise, and knowledge of a particular field that the employer wants from the candidate. if the candidate has knowledge of a particular field and their background verification is satisfactory like they did not attempt any major crime then the employer should think to hire them on the basis of their knowledge and expertise, not on the basis of the previous employer list.

I saw in my career, many candidates are facing the same problem at selection time but here I requested all HR/Employer that please try to check their knowledge and expertise with the help of different criteria for the required positions and never see their previous company rather than their work.

Regards,
Darsha Trivedi

From India, Ahmedabad
moshe-strugano
I just want to discuss the experience, knowledge, and skill that the business seeks in a candidate in a particular field.
The employer should consider hiring the candidate based on their knowledge and competence rather than on the list of their prior employers if they have experience in a certain industry and their background investigation shows that they haven't attempted any serious crimes.

From India, New Delhi
Kk1896
Do you have any email from your first company? You can forward that email to your new employer.
From India, Bengaluru
kausik-chatterjee1
this is just baseless as prospective employer will deploy the new comer not his previous employer,,,,
Back ground verification of selected candidate looks justified but summoning for his previous employer's image in the Corporate World is not at all appreciable.....

From India, Lucknow
Anonymous
now a days this is insane practice from So called BIG Export companies.
don't be Surprise to see their reports.

the future of employees are on sake just because of egoistic nonsense remark by last employers.

From India , Delhi

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