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Need an urgent suggestion [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2010, 20:28
Hi ,

I have a doubt regarding work experience .

Actually I finished my 12th class in 2000 .
Then I joined a very small steel plant and worked there as accountant . As the firm was very
small it was not giving me salary in any account . Only it was giving in hand . So I dont have any payslip,
tax proof or even the PF account for that time. I worked there upto 2002 (2000-2002) two years and then joined
engineering degree. Now I have 4 years experience in IT .

I want to know whether I can show my 2000-2002 experience for application. I have only Appointment letter and
reliving letter for the same .

Please let me know your comments .

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Re: Need an urgent suggestion [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2010, 05:15
I don't think that a school would ever ask for a payslip. A potential background check would involve calling your employer at the time. As long as they're able to verify your employment, I don't think that's going to be a problem. That's what I think, hopefully someone else will chime in as well.
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Re: Need an urgent suggestion [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2010, 08:45
I second what Ariel said. If the company still exists, if they kept reliable records of your employment and you have good contact information for the HR department, you'll be fine.

I worked for a bankrupt employer and to verify my employment with that company, I did have to provide payslips for the entire period -- but that was only to Kroll after I had been admitted.

I feel if I didn't have payslips and had just explained the situation to Kroll and adcom in an e-mail, that would have been more than enough (as long as you're telling the truth). Kroll and business schools are pretty reasonable in those situations. The business school already wants you and they're not going to change their mind on a technicality like that, only something far more fraudulent.
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