HR MohankumarRightly said, the PF record will blow you up. Strongly suggest to talk to the employer and get a relieving letter in the letter head and keep it for records and do not hide the employment from your CV.
All the Best !!!
From India, Chennai
vijetha-neelavanjimathHi Mohan Kumar,many thanks for your suggestions.The company is very stubborn and is not ready to give relieving letter.May I kindly know if I hide this employment and BGC team may come with this qsn ,can I convince BGC team about the situation I have with that company?will it be considered valid?or they might think of cancelling the offer .cz it was suggested by HR of new company not to mention the organisation where you do not have documents to clear the BGC
From India, Bengaluru
Not disclosing about past employment will give you trouble. Try to get some proof of employment. If they are firm then discuss with your prospective employer's HR about this and regarding non availability of relieving order. At times some employers will ignore it if you are having good skills and related experience.
From India, Madras
ommygautamyou can share you bank account statement related to salary credited for XVZ, which show the relation of employee and employer , also you can share EPF service history where your DOJ and DOL would be mentioned and show the passbook for same unit. in fact may be you have ID card for that company which also dislcose the relation of your's.
From India, Rudarpur
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