I would like to get more help on my question where I cannot get a clear view.
I worked for company A (very good and large company) on a project for 2 years (with a 2-year contract, until Dec 2016). Terminated the contract (and the project) I found, on time, company B (start-up) that I joined in January 2017.
The experience with B was terrible, very unorganized, people were getting fired every-day. The last week of my probation period (5 months) the internal HR offered me to extend my probation signing a "mutual termination" for the next 4 months (I was basically signing to resign). I declined, saying "no" and then she told me "ok, then we fire you" I said: "ok, I do not want to stay here one more minute". I then got fired. (June 2017).
In September my old company A, knowing I lost my job, called me again for another 2-year project (where I am working at the moment).
I do not know what to do with the bad experience with company B in my resume. Would you list the experience? I would like to avoid it.
Basically, in the 3 months of unemployment I starting learning a new language, so I could extend the 3 months to 9 months.
So this is how it looks now:
September 2017 - today: Company A January 2017 - June 2017: Company B (the bad experience) Dec 2014 - Dec 2016: Company A
What I would like to list:
September 2017 - today: Company A Dec 2014 - Dec 2016: Company A
This gives me a gap of 9 months to fill, and the options are: - Learning a new language, or - I took a break before starting a new project (since it is the same company).
Would you list or hide the experience with company B?