Anonymous
My previous employer from whom I absconded 3 years ago due to personal reasons has agreed to provide me a relieving letter after paying in lieu of notice period, and I agreed to pay because it was my mistake to abscond and I am pretty helpless in this situation if they don't give me relieving letter. I haven't mentioned about this employment to my new employer.

What should I do in this situation as my BGV is going on? What should I do?

From India, Pune
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Vmlakshminarayanan
Agm - Hr&admin
KK!HR
Management Consultancy

vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi

When you are sure of getting relieving order from past employer why you want to hide past employment. Of late we are witnessing many similar questions like this. How prospective Employers will respond to it depends on so many criteria's and we cannot comment on it. In general employers will view it as a negative aspect only.

From India, Madras
KK!HR
1530

Looks like you are having second thoughts about paying up for the notice period. If the previous employer agrees to give you relieving order then you may seriously consider it. Otherwise, this will remain a black spot on your career graph and may have adverse consequences.
From India, Mumbai
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