In case you do not have an experience letter / relieving letter …

  • I worked for a startup from Jul 2015 to Mar 2016 (9 months). Things did not work and company got shut down. I did not receive any reliving letter or experience certificate.

    Latter next month (April 2016) I was in process of joining a MNC where I showed them 9 months of experience. They asked for the reliving letter from previous employer which I failed to show any. Result- They asked me to join the company but as a fresher and I joined.

    After 5 years and 3 months (Jul 2021) I am leaving that MNC and moving to join another MNC. And guess what – I showed 6 years of experience that included my start up experience as well and the same story repeats here. They asked me to get reliving letter from all previous employer including my startup. I failed again to show reliving letter from my startup and They asked me to remove that experience from my resume and will consider only 5 years and 3 months and I am joining this company. Currently they are in process of releasing offer letter which I hope will receive.

    馃槢 馃槢 Even I am looking for an answer and landed to this question. 馃榾

    I think there is no fix answer to this question. A company looking for a candidate with 6 years experience, which I have, might not shortlist if I remove my startup experience. But that 9 months of experience will matter in my early time of career only. Once I get a significant amount of experience, not having that start up experience in my resume would not matter but yeah, you should always talk about it whenever you get chances. I have alway felt proud about it.

    That鈥檚 my story.

    UPDATE : Got the offer letter!

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    I am planning to join an MNC & they want relieving/ experience letter from my previous employer (My first company). I joined that company in 2015 and in year 2016, the company got shut down. I have all other relevant documents, like:

    • Offer Letter
    • Form 16
    • Salary Slips
    • Bank Statements
    • PF A/c Details

    Is it mandatory to provide relieving/ experience letter for third-party verification?

    PS- After shut down of my first company, I later joined another company in 2016. Have all the documents from my current employer

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    You must be having a relieving letter. Use the joining letter and relieving letter and prove that you were working in that company during that period.

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    I started my carrier with one of the MNC’s and continued there, but later I was assigned a project which required extended hours, usually 12-14 hours of daily work and sometimes I had to go on Saturday and Sunday also. In the beginning, I thought that it might go on for a month or two, but it continued so I started looking for a new job and found one but they asked me to join in a week, I even told them about 2 months鈥 notice period, but they told to join in a week. So I left the job on 23 of May(i.e. last day I went to office), mentioning that I am not medically fit and after that HR and manager tried to pull me back but I was terrified by the thought of working for so many hours. My relationship with family members and friends were also at stake as I was not able to give time to them. I joined another MNC on 26th of May and started working. Later, I got call from my first company HR in sept, and he gave me a relieving letter where date of resignation was mentioned as 15 June and relieving as 12 Aug and I was also getting salary from first company during this time (At that time, I was unaware of the implications or else I would have returned the salary.). Now, I have got offer from one of the MNC’s and I mentioned my first organization (Life’s biggest mistake), I came to know that it’s a case of dual employment and now I am under immense pressure (unable to sleep from past 11 days due to this) as I am married and my parents also depends on me. My parents sold a piece of land so that I can continue my education and I came to this stage. I don’t know what to do, is there any way to get this fixed as I am feeling like a person who have committed some very serious crime and I don’t feel like living anymore, also unable to focus on anything, feels like I have lost everything. I even provided the details to a BGV company which is used by most of the MNC’s, so my carrier is over as first employer details will always popup if i apply in any of those companies. I am ready to pay penalty for the mistake that I have made. Could anyone suggest or help me on this as you are my last hope?

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    If you new employer insists on obtaining an old reference from your previous employer, than you should connect with your previous line manager or ex HR head to facilitate this. Organizations can be very busy and communications get lost in the way. Alternatively, be happy to share your previous details such as : Certificates of attendance of training, pay slips, KPI鈥檚, commendation letters etc.

    If it still pose a challenge, then continue to seek assistance as in certain country鈥檚 culture- ref checks are done very thoroughly.

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    It will be hard to deceive them, as most good companies have stringent rules regarding the documentation of one’s previous employer.

    Best that you don’t show that experience in your CV at all. No questions will be asked. 馃檪

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    My previous boss did not want me to leave as he/she really liked my work. Therefore, when I left or said I would resign in two weeks, they realized their loss of me.

    I fully understand their point of. However, it is my desire to grow and be better and better at my chosen profession. That is my case.

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    Generally release letter from previous employer is asked when you join new employer. You have crossed that stage. Now that you have 8 years experience you should mention dear ails of 13 months in your resume. No one will ask all experience certificates. They may ask previous employer release letter just to check you are free of any obligations. In case of you being asked you can simply say you do not have that 13 months experience certificate. It won’t matter. But remember to always get release and experience certificates in future. Such records are necessary more in govt companies. You have still long career balance. Who knows where you need what papers even when you are in your sixties.

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    Interesting鈥 In which country do they use such letters? Either way, if you need such a letter, request one from your past manager(s). Some employers here in the United States present such letters to their employees whenever there is a change of employment status. Otherwise, request one if needed. We include such information in the resume anyway; thus it is the hiring manager鈥檚 responsibility to verify your career history and references.

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    Here is my take if I were you:

    Exp letter / relieving letter to me is like a piece of paper that states the good things (and perhaps some weaknesses) about yourself from your previous employers

    Hence, I would say to the next employer / interviewer how I did in the previous job and what I did in the previous job. Not just generally speaking but mentioned a specific experience / project that you worked with your old employer.

    Try to name at least 2 projects with 2 employers / managers. Tell the goods and the bads (and especially how you would differently in your next jobs).

    At the end of the interview, share with the contacts of the reference persons (of course, you must heads them up before any interview to allow you to share their info)

    Hope that helps.

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