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Employment Check

 
#1 Employment Check
09/04/2016 09:01

robert605

Hello,

I have an offer from a mid-sized accounting firm that as part of their checks, they are asking for a 5-year employment history.

Luckily I've been in the same job for 4 years and 7 months - can I just put this down on the form or do I need to account for the other 5 months (which is part of a job I had for 3 years, which includes 2 months of a notice period)?

Many thanks,

Rob

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#2 RE: Employment Check
09/04/2016 10:30

Frio to robert605 (#1)

Yes, put your other job down.

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#3 RE: Employment Check
29/04/2016 11:44

entun to robert605 (#1)

If they've asked you to describe 5 years of your employment history, giving them 4 years and 7 months would make me doubt your attention to detail.

Put the 5 years down and that way you don't introduce delays when they come back to you asking about the other period you didn't cover.

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