Madhu.T.KIf they so insists, why don't you give? After all it is a verification of your past service from your past employers and not like any Police verification. Now a days the organisations hired for doing such background information act like Detectives and the way in which they approach is like an investigating officer trying to find some fault. Let them do their work, of you are confident of your abilities and employability, why should you worry?
From India, Kannur
sitara-jaiswalDear Madhu, it is not about that I don't want to give the phone numbers. Neither I have doubts on my capabilities. The question was raised for a practical reasons that I may or may not have the phone number of my manager for whom I worked 15 years back. 15 years a long period.
So, I am not in contact with all my managers, and so I don't have the phone numbers. I have official email addresses. And the verification company is insisting only on phone numbers.
From India, Jaipur
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