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I worked at a company for over 2 years, but now I've been offered another job. The new employer wants me to start in 40 days, but at my current job, I have a 2-month notice period. I've already given 35 days' notice and asked to be released early, but they won't let me go. So, I want to leave anyway, but they won't give me an experience or relieving letter. However, my new employer has completed the background check, and I have a form 16B and actual salary slips. I'm thinking of making a fake experience and relieving letter. Can you tell me if this is okay?
From India, Jaipur
No, might be your BGV cleared in this company but going forward your BGV will be marked red as there might be overlap of employment. Most company do there BGV from UAN portal if in there you LWD and new joining date overlap it will create a big issue. Rather than server full notice period as you have just started your career.
From India, Delhi


Please don't do that.

Request with your new employer for some time.

By submitting fake experience certificate you will face issues with future employers. Also if PF is there last working day mismatch will also happen so you will not be able to transfer your current PF to new employer PF account.

Absconding is a temporary relief but you will feel the pain later.

From India, Madras
Sapna Panwar

Don't rush to join a new organization, Ask your new employer if they have a buyout option for you, if not ask your old employer and settle the matter. You should get an experience letter from them. Be ethical in leaving and joining an organization that certainly creates your professional personality and approach towards work.
From India, New Delhi
Vaishalee Parkhi

Hello Monty,

Don't take the step. It will backfire. In fact, you should tell the new employer that I can't leave my company irresponsibly. If you manipulate the situation once, you will feel like doing it every time. Don't you think it reveals our character and value system?

From India, Pune
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