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I have recently quit my job with an Indian company(X) without serving notice period. I have total experience of 4 years but I worked for this particular organisation just for 3 months. I was working on a project, which essentially needed adequate system, which X failed to provide. Even after working almost 12 hours a day for around 20 days, my manager raised the question on my performance which made me feel demotivated and upset. Thus one day I just logged in and mailed my resignation to my reporting manager marking HR and left the company.
HR called me later during the day, I explained few things to him and my situation. Now please explain me the consequence on below situation:
I named X into my resume with the prospective employer, will I get chance to change my resume. How does the new employer consider me when they get to know these things or if I am unable to submit the experience or reliving letter. Can I honestly say, I won't be able to provide all the documents related to X. Is this okay?
Later after a month, I talked to the old HR and accepted that I regret my action. Further made a request to issue the reliving letter. HR denied saying the my data is finalised and absconding letter is sent.
Now how do I explain to my next employer about all this. Look forward to your quick and valuable advice.
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