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Hi,
I was working in an IT company where I joined in April and had undergone training and was deployed to a project. I had no bond in this company but a notice period of one month. In September I attended a product company and I got placed and got a better offer than the existing one. The offer came on Sept 17 and my joining was on 4 Oct. I tried to talk to the latter company about postponing my joining but it couldn't be moved as it was the last date that the batch of 2018 was to be onboarded. I raised an exit request, informed my manager and hr through a mail. I stayed for a week and then I had no option other than absconding. I couldn't inform my team because some people in the lead position were not supportive. Now I have joined this company and its been almost a week here. Everything's good here. I like it here but am finding it difficult to enjoy my time here because of a backend stress in my mind. I wanna ask can the prior company do anything other than blackmarking me in their database? Should I be scared even after joining this new company? I wanna be happy in this job. I don't wanna be worried anymore. I would like your advice on this.
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"Dear, I hope you are doing fine.
In subject to your question, YES your previous company can only Black marking in their Database, you can not join that organization in future thats it. No need to worry. Enjoy your present company
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